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The Rational Guide To Extending SSIS 2005 with Script

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The Integration Services feature of Microsoft[Registered] SQL Server 2005 brings together data from diverse sources in a high-performance data integration platform, to enable users to work across multiple applications that may not have been designed to cooperate. With this book, you'll learn how scripting in SQL Server Integration Services can enable you to easily add new, fully-integrated functionality to achieve your enterprise data integration needs. Donald Farmer, Microsoft's Group Program Manager for SQL ...
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Overview

The Integration Services feature of Microsoft[Registered] SQL Server 2005 brings together data from diverse sources in a high-performance data integration platform, to enable users to work across multiple applications that may not have been designed to cooperate. With this book, you'll learn how scripting in SQL Server Integration Services can enable you to easily add new, fully-integrated functionality to achieve your enterprise data integration needs. Donald Farmer, Microsoft's Group Program Manager for SQL Server Integration Services, clearly explains how to build practical and useful scripts for this exciting new SQL Server 2005 feature. His systematic approach, friendly tutorials, and numerous examples are suitable for both developers and IT professionals alike.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932577259
  • Publisher: Mann Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/30/2006
  • Series: Rational Guides
  • Pages: 197
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     11
An Overview of SQL Server Integration Services     13
What is SQL Server Integration Services?     13
Data Integration     15
Tools and Utilities     16
Editions     18
Why Use SQL Server Integration Services?     18
Summary     20
SQL Server Integration Services Architecture     21
Basic Elements     21
The SSIS Designer     29
Summary     40
SQL Server Integration Services Scripting     41
Why Use Script?     41
Some Scripting Considerations     42
Summary     43
Script Tasks     45
Your First Script Task     47
A Scenario for Scripting     47
Summary     58
Integrating the Script Task with Your Package     59
Using Variables with the Script Task     59
Debugging the Script Task     64
Summary     77
Advanced Uses of the Script Task     79
Logging in SSIS     79
Using .NET Assemblies with SSIS     88
Summary     100
Script Components     101
Your First ScriptComponent     103
Script Component Types     103
Adding a Script Component to Your Package     105
Adding Columns to Your Script Component     109
Elements of the Script     113
Editing the Script Component     115
Debugging the Script Component     117
Running a Data Flow with a Script Component     124
Summary     126
Asynchronous Script Components     127
An Asynchronous Top-n Rows Component     127
Debugging a Script Component with Events     136
A Full-Rowset Asynchronous Component     137
Summary     143
Script Sources and Destinations     145
A Script Source Component     147
A Script Destination Component     158
Summary     165
Applying Scripts in Practice     167
Useful Examples     169
Regular Expressions     169
Calculating a Hash for Change Data Capture     173
A Surrogate Key Component     176
Summary     180
Moving Beyond Script     181
Custom Assemblies     182
Summary     183
Extras     185
Glossary      187
Index     195
Bonus Materials     200
Registering your book     200
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