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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Integration Services: An Expert Cookbook

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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Integration Services: An Expert Cookbook

Overview of this book

SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is a leading tool in the data warehouse industry - used for performing extraction, transformation, and load operations. This book is aligned with the most common methodology associated with SSIS known as Extract Transform and Load (ETL); ETL is responsible for the extraction of data from several sources, their cleansing, customization, and loading into a central repository normally called Data Warehouse or Data Mart.Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Integration Services: An Expert Cookbook covers all the aspects of SSIS 2012 with lots of real-world scenarios to help readers understand usages of SSIS in every environment. Written by two SQL Server MVPs who have in-depth knowledge of SSIS having worked with it for many years.This book starts by creating simple data transfer packages with wizards and illustrates how to create more complex data transfer packages, troubleshoot packages, make robust SSIS packages, and how to boost the performance of data consolidation with SSIS. It then covers data flow transformations and advanced transformations for data cleansing, fuzzy and term extraction in detail. The book then dives deep into making a dynamic package with the help of expressions and variables, and performance tuning and consideration.
Table of Contents (23 chapters)
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Integration Services: An Expert Cookbook
About the Authors
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Using Integration Services Deployment Wizard and command-line utility for deployment

The deployment of a project from SSDT is very easy but not very common, because it needs SSDT to be installed somewhere. It is very common that SSIS projects are developed under a development machine in the company but the production environment is in another workplace or network, so SSDT can't be used in these situations. We need to deploy the project without having SSDT.

There are two ways to deploy a project in Project Deployment Model: one of them is through SSDT, which was described in the previous recipe. Another way is to use the Integration Services Deployment Wizard to deploy the project from ISPAC files; we will deploy the same project from the previous recipe in this way without SSDT.

Getting ready

This recipe needs the project from the previous recipe.

How to do it...

  1. Open the R01_Deployment From SSDT project in SSDT.

  2. Right-click on Project and select Build.

  3. Go to the project folder at C:\SSIS\Ch09_Deployment...