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Migrating Informatica Packages to SSIS


Migrating Informatica Packages to SSIS

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Hi ,
First come First i like to keep my request in front of you all. i got a new requirement its a upcoming project but the requirement is they ask me to migrate Informatica Packages in to SSIS .
i'm having jus knowledge about Informatica but i never had a working experience . but i like to Know the steps involve in migrating from Informatica to SSIS . If, anybody helps me out of this situation i will be great thank full for them .

If anybody came across these kind of scenarios or worked on Migration project pls help me out.

Very Urgent!

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Hi ,

I have the same requirement as i have to move some SSIS package to informatica.

Does anyone have any idea that how it can be implemented.

Please do reply if anyone know abt this.

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Aashu
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Hi Everyone,
Please do post here if anyone knows how to migrate SSIS packages to Informatica other than manually coding again.

Appreciate any help.

Thanks
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Check out the following link maybe this will help out: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/21d03bc1-f351-4329-bec3-7488f64df630/informatica-to-ssis-conversion?forum=sqlserversamples
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That link provides tools to convert Informatica to SSIS not the other way .
I did quite a research on how to migrate SSIS packages to Informatica but cudnt find any info.
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msanthoo (2/12/2016)
Hi Everyone,
Please do post here if anyone knows how to migrate SSIS packages to Informatica other than manually coding again.

Appreciate any help.

Thanks

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