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Expression Language Patterns

  • Andy Leonard
  • Matt Masson
  • Tim Mitchell
  • Jessica M. Moss
  • Michelle Ufford

Abstract

Expression language in SSIS might appropriately be referred to as the “glue” that holds the product together. Expressions in SSIS provide a relatively simple and easy-to-use interface to allow data developers to introduce dynamic logic into the ETL infrastructure. Thinking through the various moving parts within Integration Services, it’s safe to say that they can all be manipulated in one way or another through the use of expressions.

Keywords

Design Pattern Precedence Constraint Dynamic Logic Business Rule Expression Language 
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© Andy Leonard, Matt Masson, Tim Mitchell, Jessica M. Moss, and Michelle Ufford 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Andy Leonard
  • Matt Masson
  • Tim Mitchell
  • Jessica M. Moss
  • Michelle Ufford

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