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What is Biml? - Level 1


What is Biml? - Level 1

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Where to find BIML and how to install BIML? :-)
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Eagerly waiting for your next article on biml. :-)
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You mentioned an article in the Stairway Series called "Building an Incremental Load Package – Level 3" maybe I'm being thick but I couldn't find that article. There was one called "Adding Rows in Incremental Loads - Level 3" but that had no mention of BIML.

Could you provide the link to the article please?
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Interesting teaser; I'll be more interested to review the substance. Particularly in combination with patterns and also in relation to the MS BI stack.
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Great introduction, Eagerly waiting for the articles. Most of the issues mentioned in this article I have faced already in development. Waiting to see whether BIML can be of help. Thank you for you time and effort.

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vijay.hire (7/16/2013)
Where to find BIML and how to install BIML? :-)


You need to install BIDSHelper from Codeplex.


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Very much looking forward to the rest of the series Andy.


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Good article, looking for more in this series.
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Koen: thanks for answering Vijay's question!

theboyholty (7/17/2013)
You mentioned an article in the Stairway Series called "Building an Incremental Load Package – Level 3" maybe I'm being thick but I couldn't find that article. There was one called "Adding Rows in Incremental Loads - Level 3" but that had no mention of BIML.

Could you provide the link to the article please?


Hi Theboyholty,

"Building an Incremental Load Package - Level 3" is the title of the third installment in this series - the Stairway to Biml. As I type, Level 2 of this series (entitled Biml Basics - Level 2) has been written, edited, and is being scheduled by our most capable SQLServerCentral editor-in-chief, Steve Jones. Level 3 (Building an Incremental Load Package - Level 3) and Level 4 (Using Biml as an SSIS Design Patterns Engine – Level 4) are being revised by the authors, Paul Waters and myself. We have the demo built for Level 5 through Level 8 or so, and we are outlining the articles.

I promise we will get the articles published as soon as we can. Biml is exciting new technology - game-changing technology, in my opinion.

Bruce and Roshan Joe, I believe Biml will deliver. I look forward to your feedback as the series progresses.

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