Aaron Akin

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Using Checkpoints in SSIS (Part 1)

SSIS is a great platform for building ETL type applications with SQL Server. One of the great features that you can use are checkpoints, which allow you to restart a package that is partially completed. New author Aaron Akin starts a series on how to use this depth.

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