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SSIS gets its power by being an in-memory transformation engine. The base unit of work within a data flow task is the buffer. If you ever wonder why SSIS is so persnickety about data types, it's because it calculates the cost for a row and then allocates memory for N rows. All* the downstream components use the same memory address to do their part of the ...



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