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Building Robust Solutions

  • Francis Rodrigues
  • Michael Coles
  • David Dye

Abstract

Developing an SSIS package typically focuses on the known—the data source, transformations, and destinations—and fails to address the unknown—schema changes, data type mismatches, and a changing network environment. Obviously, all development must come from a starting point—the known. However, in order to ensure that an SSIS package provides portability, stability, and resilience, it is critical to handle the unknown and to record the unidentified and inconsistent behavior. This chapter outlines the steps necessary to plan and handle the unexpected within an SSIS package.

Keywords

Data Flow Robust Solution Event Handler Error Handling Flat File 
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© Francis Rodrigues, Michael Coles, and David Dye 2012

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  • Francis Rodrigues
  • Michael Coles
  • David Dye

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