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SQL Server Integration Services Automation


SQL Server Integration Services Automation

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Vijaya Kumar Gulappa
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unable to locate the automation file mentioned in the article



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Can you put SP OthCalculateNextDate in separate box as ConCheckHoliday just to make it readable?
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Yes, I can't find automation file mentioned in the article either, pls someone tell me where I can find the zip file.

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I don't understand, if this is a monthly process why not just schedule it to run every month?
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It appears that the author did not include a link to the "Automation" zip folder that contains the dbscript.sql, SSIS package, and extract files.

These would be helpfull in order to work through the examples in the article.

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There are two issues need to be corrected by SSC team.

1. I had provided automation.zip folder. SSC team has forgotten to upload the same. I will follow-up with SSC team to upload the file now.
2. I will ask SSC team to store the SP OthCalculateNextDate in a separate box as ConCheckHoliday

Thank you for your comments

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No such thing as a mistake - its called deployment testing....



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Thanks for having SSC get the file attached to the article.



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The enclosed two issued have been resolved by SSC team.

1. Uploaded automation.zip folder.
2. Store SP OthCalculateNextDate in a separate box

You can use the example along with an article now.

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