What is the DILM Suite? 2. SSIS Catalog Compare

SSIS Catalog Compare is really two products: SSIS Catalog Compare (GUI – graphical user interface) and CatCompare (CLI – command-line interface). This post will focus on GUI functionality as it’s easier to demonstrate. SSIS Catalog Compare provides the following functionality to enterprise Data Integration Lifecycle Management (DILM): Compares the contents of two SSIS Catalog instances. …
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Deploying SSIS Projects to a Restored SSIS Catalog (SSISDB)

This post was originally shared on SQLBlog. You’re coding away with SSIS, happy as a clam, and it’s now time to deploy your hard work to an instance of the SSIS Catalog. If you’re in Visual Studio, you right-click the project name in Solution Explorer and click Deploy. If you’ve been given an ISPAC file, …
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Schedule an SSIS Application with SSIS Framework Community Edition

Note: This post was originally posted at SQLBlog. The coolest thing about SSIS Framework Community Edition is it’s free. You can click that link to head over to the DILM Suite site where you can learn more and find a link to the source code, documentation, and sample SSIS projects on GitHub. I’m overwhelmed by the number of folks using …
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The Heart of SSIS Framework Community Edition-Parent.dtsx

Note: This post was originally posted at SQLBlog. I’m writing about SSIS Framework Community Edition because lots of people are using this free, open-source utility to execute collections of SSIS packages in their enterprises. Earlier I wrote Schedule an SSIS Application with SSIS Framework Community Edition, a post that describes using SQL Server Agent to schedule the execution …
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Adding an SSIS Application to SSIS Framework Community Edition

Note: This post was originally posted at SQLBlog. I’m writing more about SSIS Framework Community Edition because lots of people are using this free, open-source utility to execute collections of SSIS packages – called SSIS Applications – in their enterprises. Earlier I wrote Schedule an SSIS Application with SSIS Framework Community Edition, a post that describes using SQL …
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