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How to deal with multiple error columns in data flow

I'm writing a simple package to load data into tables and a I have multiple destinations within the same package. I'm attempting to first attempt batch inserts but want to fall back to row by row in ...
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ssis ado.net destination has failed to acquire the connection

I am Transferring data from sql server source db to sql server destination db (cross db). but some times getting error "ssis ado.net destination has failed to acquire the connection.The connection may ...
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Merge data using Integration Service

Please Consider this scenario: I have a table in my database. I want move this data in my OLAP database using SSIS.I can move all record from my table to OLAP database.The problem is I don't know how ...
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best ETL design to transfer transaction tables records into the data-warehouse

I have 2 type of tables to populate the data-warehouse with every day, lookup tables or configuration tables with few 100s records, and thats easy where i just truncate and refill the table. but for ...
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Replace column values?

I recently got into SSIS and haven't been able to find what I am trying to achieve anywhere on the web. I am trying to take some rows as input, and then replace one specific column's value with ...
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1answer
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Importing a large column (8000 chars) from Excel using SSIS

I'm trying to set up a regular import of an excel spreadsheet that we get from a vendor. I'm using SQL 2008 R2 SSIS to import it into a table. The problem connection manager is an OLE DB connection ...
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SSIS Recordset Destination error

I have an SSIS package targeted at SQL Server 2012. I have it deployed into the Stored Packages in Integration Services and then have a SQL Server Agent job which executes it. The first part of the ...
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Advice for ETL from Oracle to SQL Server?

I'm building a data mart in SQL Server which needs to extract each month from an Oracle database. Currently this is done by exporting to flat files, then running all the inserts/updates in SQL ...
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ETL: extracting from 200 tables - SSIS data flow or custom T-SQL?

Based on my analysis, a complete dimensional model for our data warehouse will require extraction from over 200 source tables. Some of these tables will be extracted as part of an incremental load and ...
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Moving data from Oracle to SQL Server : Table size optimization

I am loading data using SSIS from Oracle to an SQL Server database. One table I moved had a size of 4 MB under Oracle but when loaded to SQL Server, the size grows to 7.96 MB! I analyzed the size ...
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Does surrogate key assignment for a fact table require that the source data has natural keys?

Let's say I have a simple OLTP database with orders, products, and customers: And from it, I am building a data mart with an orders fact table, product dimension, customer dimension, and date ...
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SSIS ETL Question/Option

In our current prod environment, when the ETL launches, it first checks an environmental variable at the OS level which tells it where the "config" database and table is for it to get the necessary ...
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Data Extract and submit across the network

I've been given a somewhat vague requirement regarding a data extract process which I need some help with. I'm fairly new to database warehousing etc. but I will try to explain everything relevant. ...
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How can I make my SSIS process consume more resources and run faster?

I have a daily ETL process in SSIS that builds my warehouse so we can provide day-over-day reports. I have two servers - one for SSIS and the other for the SQL Server Database. The SSIS server ...
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Duplicating some rows of a data flow in SSIS

I have a data flow to migrate data from an old database to a new one. The old design had all the data and historical information (changes) stored in a single table with a "version" (incrementing ...