Dinesh Priyankara

  • Interests: MS SQL Server, c#.net

Accessing .NET assemblies with SSIS

SQL Server Integration Services has changed the ETL process dramatically with many new capabilities. It's extensibility is unmatched, allowing you to build workflows that were not possible in DTS. Dinesh Priyankara brings us a useful new technique for referencing your .NET assemblies from within SSIS to take advantage of code reuse.

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2007-08-21

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UDF as Computed Column

UDF's are useful if somewhat tricky. Dinesh uses a common scenario where you have a self referencing table (the common example is an employees table where each employee has a managerid that links to another employee in the same table) to illustrate how a UDF can make querying easier, how to use it as the basis of a computed column, and how to index that column.

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2003-06-18

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