You can find the slides and scripts from today's sesson at the SSWUG SSIS Expo, the materials can be downloaded from the link below: [download id="51"]
If you are looking for a little training on SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) without having to leave the comforts of your cubicle – this is your week. This Friday (11/19/2011), SSWUG will be hosting an expo titled “Building and Developing with SQL Server Integration Services”. The event will consist of four sessions that will … Continue reading SSWUG SSIS Expo Event This Friday
SSWUG Free Expo Event: Basic and Complex SSIS Features virtual conference is today! There’s a chance that you can probably still get registered and I’d recommend doing so. There will be four SSIS sessions that will cover a variety of topics, but you’ll get some of the following through the content: SSIS Sorting and Package … Continue reading SSWUG Free SSIS Expo – Today!
Last month, I published the 31 Days of SSIS blog series. As a conclusion to that series, I wanted to post a wrap-up post, but quite honestly I was a little out of steam on February 1. I wanted to thank those that have read or will read the posts in this series. It was … Continue reading 31 Days of SSIS Conclusion
A couple months back I mentioned the SSWUG Free Expo Event: Basic and Complex SSIS Features. The time has crept by, more like flown by, and that expo is now this month on February, 18th. If you are interested in learning more about SSIS then now’s the time to get registered. SSWUG is offering a … Continue reading This Month… SSWUG Free SSIS Expo
We’re at the thirty-first, and last, post for the 31 Days of SSIS. The series started with an introductory post. This series has been a collection of the things that I’ve picked up over the years in my work with SSIS. I figured I’d end this series with a best practice that I’ve not often … Continue reading 31 Days of SSIS – SSIS Naming Conventions (31/31)
Almost time to wrap up the 31 Days of SSIS. We are down to just two more posts with today’s post being number thirty. If you’re behind on this series, check out the introductory post. This morning’s one day late twenty-ninth post went over the use of the Export Column transformation. Since we discussed that … Continue reading 31 Days of SSIS – Importing Execution Plans (30/31)