Presenting at the Seattle SQL Pro Workshop 2017

I am honored to be among the presenters at the Seattle SQL Pro Workshop 2017! Also presenting are Jason Brimhall, Louis Davidson, Jimmy May, Gail Shaw and Wayne Sheffield. I’m looking forward to learning a bunch from these smart folks! My session is titled Designing an SSIS Framework: In this “demo-tastic” presentation, SSIS trainer, author, and …
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Available for Pre-Order – The Biml Book!

  I am excited to announce The Biml Book is now available for pre-order from Amazon and Apress! I was honored to write with the inventor of Biml, Scott Currie, and an awesome team of BimlHeroes: Jacob Alley, Martin Andersson, Peter Avenant, Bill Fellows, Simon Peck, Reeves Smith, Raymond Sondak, Benjamin Weissman, and Cathrine Wilhelmsen. Chapters …
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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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SSIS Framework Community Edition Updates

SSIS Framework Community Edition – the free and open-source SSIS Catalog-integrated execution framework – has been updated! The code now includes: A script to set a Catalog Literal override configuring the Parent package’s SSISDB connection manager with the connection string for your target SSISDB database. A stored procedure called custom.execute_catalog_parent_package that will simplify Framework Application executions …
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