One Way to Script SSIS Catalog Permissions

This post is part of a series about SSIS Catalog Security. The other posts in this series are: One Way to Create an SSIS Catalog Read-Only Database Role One Way to Set SSIS Catalog Security SSIS Catalog Browser v0.9.9.3 I recently shared a post about the latest version of SSIS Catalog Browser, which plays nice(r) …
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One Way to Create an SSIS Catalog Read-Only Database Role

This post is part of a series about SSIS Catalog Security. The other posts in this series are: One Way to Set SSIS Catalog Security One Way to Script SSIS Catalog Permissions SSIS Catalog Browser v0.9.9.3 What If… Suppose you are an enterprise DBA or Data Architect, and you would like to grant Software Developers …
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One Way to Set SSIS Catalog Security

This post is part of a series about SSIS Catalog Security. The other posts in this series are: One Way to Create an SSIS Catalog Read-Only Database Role One Way to Script SSIS Catalog Permissions SSIS Catalog Browser v0.9.9.3 SSIS Catalog security allows Enterprise DBAs and Data Architects to fine tune access and permissions for …
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SSIS Catalog Browser v0.9.9.3

I am happy to announce the availability of SSIS Catalog Browser v0.9.9.3. SSIS Catalog Browser is free. You are welcome. This post is part of a series about SSIS Catalog Security. The other posts in this series are: One Way to Create an SSIS Catalog Read-Only Database Role One Way to Set SSIS Catalog Security …
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Install and Configure SSIS Framework File Community Edition

I recently released SSIS Framework File Community Edition. In this video, I walk through obtaining the code and deploying the components of this free and open-source solution. You can obtain the code at github.com/aleonard763/SSIS-Framework-File-Community-Edition. Note: I tried some new settings in OBS Studio. Let me know what you think! Enjoy! :{>

LinkedIn Poll: Where Are Your SSIS Packages Stored?

I conducted a poll on LinkedIn 7 Jan 2022: If you use SSIS in your enterprise, where are SSIS packages stored? The results are in: With 250 votes cast, the results read: 78% use the SSIS Catalog 12% use the File System 10% use MSDB Thanks to everyone who participated! :{>

Announcing SSIS Framework File Community Edition

The very first data integration / data engineering framework I ever wrote was for Data Transformation Services, or DTS. The DTS framework had one job: manage connections. I don’t recall all the details, but I remember DTS included a task that allowed packages to retrieve settings from INI files. INI files are key-value files, so …
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One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Add a Stored Procedure and the Build

This is the fourth post in a series named One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution. Please find additional posts: One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Introduction One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Add a New Query One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Add a …
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One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Add a Table and a View

This is the third post in a series named One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution. Please find additional posts: One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Introduction One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Add a New Query One Way to Build an SSMS Database Solution – Add a …
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