Tag Archives: ssis

Dynamic Data Flow using COZYROC component Part II

In the previous post, I explained the problem and the envisaged solution using COZYROC Data flow plus component. This post is the continuation of the required setup for using dynamic data source without the need of knowing its metadata ahead of time. In the foreach loop container that which loop over the data definitions there […]

Biml Online beta – Biml without the software

Earlier this week, Varigence, the creators of Biml, BimlScript and Mist released the newest tool for managing your Business Intelligence & data solution : BimlOnline Anyone who has been working with Biml knows that it could be done in one of two ways : Using BIDSHelper fra Codeplex and creating Biml files from within SSDT […]

Extending SSIS With .NET scripting

Earlier this year I got embarked on a book project together with Joost Van Rossum (B|T) , a dutch fellow MVP. A book about a subject that has always been very dear to me and crucial to the success of my work as an ETL developer. Namely how to extend the capacity of SSIS with […]

Continuous Deployment of SSIS packages from Visual Studio with TFS

I’ve written a few blog posts about Continuous Integration and database development using Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server. The posts can be read here. It all culminated when I did a session at SQL Konferenz in Darmstadt last week. My session was really well visited (approx 65 people when the session ended) and […]