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Erald Gjoni
We often need to create similar SSIS packages which contain some common components such as connection managers, data flow components, log providers, event handlers, etc... So do we really need to create a package from scratch each time and add all these commonly used components in each package again and again. Is it possible to create a SSIS package with a basic structure/workflow and common components which can be used as template to create subsequent packages?

Posted on Monday, May 26, 2014 6:53 PM devops , ETL , SSIS , SSIS Template , Data | Back to top


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