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In SSIS Parallelisum or batch run


In SSIS Parallelisum or batch run

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In SSIS, if I have to load multiple file to sql server, I can do using ForEach loop container(which is sequence process). But If I have 500 files, than in SSIS how can I implement parallelisum or batch run.

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In SSIS, if I have to load multiple file to sql server, I can do using ForEach loop container(which is sequence process). But If I have 500 files, than in SSIS how can I implement parallelisum or batch run.
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Hi,

If you are using for-each then sequential process is unavoidable.
I have 2 solutions for you,
1. If you have several types of files(*.xls,*.txt, *csv) then you may have that much number of Foreach containers and direct them to process a specific type

2. You can 3 or 4 folders say Part1, part2, part3... and tell your 3 different Foreach loops to look at a specific folder. Probably for this its better to separate files based on size into each of those folders.


I'll post other ideas if I could think of any.

Regards,
Suresh
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Thank you sir, it does make sence.
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