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By Andy Leonard, Matt Masson, Tim Mitchell, Michelle Ufford, Jessica Moss

SQL Server Integration providers layout styles is newly-revised for SQL Server 2014, and is a e-book of recipes for SQL Server Integration companies (SSIS). layout styles within the ebook support to unravel universal difficulties encountered while constructing info integration options. The styles and answer examples within the ebook raise your potency as an SSIS developer, since you don't have to layout and code from scratch with every one new challenge you face. The book's group of specialist authors take you thru a variety of layout styles that you'll quickly be utilizing each day, offering the idea approach and technical information had to help their solutions.

SQL Server Integration companies layout styles is going past the skin of the instant difficulties to be solved, delving into why specific difficulties can be solved in yes methods. You'll examine extra approximately SSIS for that reason, and you'll examine through sensible instance. the place acceptable, the ebook offers examples of other styles and discusses whilst and the place they need to be used. Highlights of the ebook contain sections on ETL Instrumentation, SSIS Frameworks, company Intelligence Markup Language, and Dependency Services.

Takes you thru recommendations to universal facts integration challenges
Provides examples regarding company Intelligence Markup Language
Teaches SSIS utilizing sensible examples
What you’ll learn
Load facts from flat dossier formats
Explore styles for executing SSIS packages
Discover a trend for loading XML data
Migrate SSIS applications via your software lifecycle with out enhancing connections
Take good thing about SSIS 2012 Dependency Services
Build an SSIS Framework to aid your program needs
Apply BIML to make your paintings cross more straightforward and faster
Who this publication is for
SQL Server Integration prone layout styles is for the knowledge integration developer who's able to take their SQL Server Integration companies (SSIS) abilities to a extra effective point. It’s for the developer attracted to finding a previously-tested resolution speedy. SQL Server Integration providers layout styles is a smart ebook for ETL (extract, remodel, and cargo) experts and people looking functional makes use of for brand spanking new positive aspects in SQL Server 2012 and 2014 Integration companies. It’s a good selection for enterprise intelligence and information warehouse builders.

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There is much more information to consider, such as security audits, error logs, SQL Server Agent job statuses, and much, much more. If you’re not sure where to start, consider ranking metadata tasks by criticality and adding incremental monitoring in descending order of importance. As a last piece of homework, you may want to consider setting up monitors to alert you when unfavorable conditions are met (for example, a SQL Server Agent job has failed or available space is getting low). Summary In this chapter, we discussed the importance of metadata.

Successful execution of the MetadataCollection package Congratulations! You have now collected metadata from a list of servers and stored the results in a single, centralized database. This concludes our walk-through on collecting metadata via SSIS. However, as a diligent developer or DBA, you may want to consider many more tasks. First, as we discussed early on in this chapter, this package does not contain any exception handling or logging, which is outside the scope of this chapter. However, a best practice is to include some sort of exception handling and logging on every package.

This framework does not facilitate dependent package execution, but I will show you a way to couple the framework with the SQL Server Agent Job scheduler in the next section. Coupling will allow you to execute the parent package for each “step” of a process, calling an SSIS application each step, and in turn, calling one or more SSIS packages in parallel. ■■Note Appendix A contains information on building a serial SSIS framework that was originally built for SSIS 2005. It works in SSIS 2014 if you use the package deployment model.

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