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Pull Data from diffrent servers - SSIS


Pull Data from diffrent servers - SSIS

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Tony1234
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Hi All,

Greetings,

I have multiple ID's (Which are data type Uniqueidentifier), I need an approach for creating SSIS package to pull the data related to ID's from different server.

for your information, the queries used to pull the data are different.

please help on this Smile

Thanks,
Tony.
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You haven't provided enough information Tony.

Are you pulling data from multiple SQL instances/databases?
Are the SQL instances within a trusted domain?

I would look at using the Foreach Loop Container for this kind of thing.

If you can get back to us with clearer requirements I may be able to guide you through this.

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This might help you start learning how to connect to databases on many different instances using SSIS:

http://thesqldev.wordpress.com/2013/03/23/iterate-over-databases-using-ssis-part-2/

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