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How to trigger SSIS from SSRS?


How to trigger SSIS from SSRS?

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surendra.chatakondu
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I want to trigger SSIS package from SSRS after inputting some fields.

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One way would be to have a stored procedure that the SSRS report accesses. In the stored proc, you could include the instruction to execute the required package, using master.sys.xp_cmdshell.
However, care must be exercised that no passwords are included in the command, as this is stored in plain text

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You can setup a job to execute the package and start the job by using System procedure.
or
you can create a bactch file and trigger the batch file in your SP
or
you can use OLE Automation procedure to call an SSIS package.
or
The above way...using XP_cmdshell

to use xp_cmdshell/OLE Automation procedure, you must enable the property on your SQL Server.

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