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Data integration is the foundation of data science, business intelligence, and enterprise data warehousing. This instructor-led training class is specifically designed for SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) professionals responsible for developing, deploying, and managing data integration at enterprise-scale.
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SSIS Design Patterns for Performance – how to build SSIS packages that execute and load data faster by tuning SSIS data flows and implementing performance patterns.
SSIS Deployment, Configuration, Execution, and Monitoring – the “Ops” part of DevOps with SSIS using out-of-the-box tools and the latest utilities.
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My designer code was no longer nested beneath the form You can see it here:
See that circled part in the image above? frmConfirmation.Designer.cs should be nested beneath the node above it named frmConfirmation.cs. It’s not, and that’s the problem. When I execute the code in the VS debugger the controls show up. I just can’t edit them.
As two respondents mentioned in the link above, the solution is to exclude the Designer.cs file from the project:
Re-add it by right-clicking the project, hovering over Add, and then clicking Existing Item:
Navigate to the Designer.cs file and select it to re-add it to the solution:
This fixes the missing controls:
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