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We should see each step turn green as the data is read and written. And you can see the data that has been imported from the Text file to the Database.

Conclusion w In this chapter we have seen the basics of the SQL Server Integration Services with the step by step process on how to create a basic integration services package used in our day to day activity. This task is quite easy to perform and almost used in every SSIS package that will be created. In Data Flow tab add an OLE DB Source task and configure it to the database where we need to perform the transformations and also select the table as shown in the screen below.

In order to follow the steps on how to configure the SQL DB configuration check my previous chapter as stated above.

To do the configuration. It will open the screen below for configuration. Now add the destination source Excel Data source as shown in the screen below and make the configuration.

Do the mapping of the columns from both the source and the destination tasks as shown in the screen below. Once everything is configured Source and destination press F5 to execute the task and you can find the result at the path where we specified the excel sheet.

Check the download section to see the excel sheet which is created with this project. Using SSMS we can perform many tasks like copying data from one server to another or from one data source to another in variety of formats. Steps w.

Click Next and move to the Data source tab. Once you locate the Database where we need to perform the transformation. It will open a welcome screen. Select Microsoft Excel from the drop down and provide the path in which it should save the excel sheet. Step 4: The destination data source window will open in which the destination needs to be specified In our example. Once the required configurations are selected.

In this example we will specify the table. Now we need to specify the table from which we need to transform the data or we can write our own query. Select the table on which we need to do the transformation and click on preview to verify the output as shown in the screen below and click on Next button. Once we click on next button it will show the list of tables to be selected.

Once we are done with the source and destination it will ask to save and execute the package. Click Next and Finish to complete the transformation as shown in the screen below. If it is completed without any error. Once we are done it will show the process on the how the task is carried over and the final result on the tasks completed. Once you locate the database with which we need to perform the transformation. Once the required configurations are selected click on next and it will ensure to select destination source.

In this example.

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So select Microsoft Excel from the drop down list as shown below. Server DB. Now the destination data source window will open up in which we need to specify the destination In our example SQL.

Select SQL Native Client from the drop down and connection details to authenticate the connection as shown in the screen below. We need to specify the table from which we need to transform the data or we can write our own query based on which the data need to be transformed.

Once we click on next button it will show the list of tables from the excel sheet. Select the table with which we need to do the transformation and click on preview to verify the output as shown in the screen below and click on Next button. Or you can give a path to save the SSIS as show in the screen below. The idea behind this chapter is that the reader should get familiar with the options available in executing the package to check for any errors.

Once we are ready with creating tasks and preparing a format to perform some tasks as shown in the screen below. In the next chapter we will look into the deployment strategies for SSIS. Once we are ready with the project tasks. If there is any problem with the transformation then we need to move the data to the Flat File Destination. Drag and drop an excel destination and Flat File destination to transform data based on the scenario. At the bottom of the window Status bar you can see the build status as shown in the screen below.

In order to build and execute the package. If there is any error in the package execution then the respective task s will be shown in RED color.

The execution process starts and the tasks will be executed step by step and the completed tasks will be shown in green color as shown in the screen below. We will look into the deployment options and techniques in the upcoming chapters.

It can be directly used from the command prompt by moving around to the folder where the package is available and run the utility using this EXE. Provides the list of available options to execute the package from the command prompt as shown in the screen below.

We will look into each approach with an example. This example shows an error stating the package is not executed properly and has some errors that need to be fixed. It will open the graphical user interface as shown below. Microsoft has provided a user interface or we can say a tool kind of option to execute the SSIS packages.

EXE is the executable for the user interface which performs the task of executing the package. EXE by double clicking on the package itself directly i. This is one of the easiest approaches since we have the UI to schedule the package and execute it without any user interactions. We can navigate through each option and customize the package based on our needs.

We will look into the deployment options in the upcoming chapters. Deployment Utility This approach is used to create an installer for the package and can be executed wherever it is required. We have 3 options available with deploying a SSIS package and the options are as follows We will see details on each approach and the steps involved in deploying the package.

Deploying an application is something which we have to take care since it executes based on the requirements like. You can refer to my previous chapters on SSIS to get some idea before going ahead with this chapter.

This Utility is available by default to all the Integration projects. Clicking on that will show the options at the right side of the dialog box where we need to set the Create Deployment Utility to TRUE and give the path where the installer need to be created as shown in the screen below.

A dialog will open where you have the option as Deployment Utility. You can copy these files to any location and double click to make use of it. It will show result at the bottom of the page if the build is success or a failure.

If it succeeded. This command like utility is a good option to script the package. SQL Server Management Studio This approach requires integration services to be connected and in running mode in order to use this deployment option.

Go to the path of the package and execute the scripts below. We can use this executable directly or can make use of it in the batch file.

In the object browser you can see something like the screen below. Fill the details as shown in the screen below. Conclusion In this chapter we have seen the different options available to deploy the SSIS packages to different environments.

Once the project is created.

We will see the step by step process on how t o use this task. We have only this option in SSIS version. Readonlyvariables and Readwritevariables are the options where we can use it for specifying the variables which are used at the script.

Net as well. Entry Point option is the place which we need to specify the main method for the script which we are going to write. We can specify the variables in comma separated format in order to use more than a single variable. Clicking on that button will open the window as shown in the screen below.

At the bottom of the pane we can find Design Script option which is the main window where we are going to put the script code. Conclusion w So in this chapter we have seen on how to create a Script task and write a custom code as per our requirement. This window helps to put our own custom logic as per the business using all the Visual Basic references and build a complete useful task. ScriptMain is the main method which is going to act as the entry point.

In SSIS similar break point options are provided to check the status of the task at that particular point. As you all know breakpoints are nothing but a point where the developer can hold of and see the how the code executes at that particular point. We will see the step by step process on how to enable breakpoints and how to use the windows available in order to analyze the breakpoint execution. Triggered when task is about to Execute OnPostExecute: Triggered when task is executed OnError: Triggered when error occurred with the Task OnWarning: Triggered when task just throws a warning OnInformation: Triggered by task host when it fails to execute.

We need to select our exact needed break point to check the process at that particular point. Triggered in task processing when you can cancel execution. Triggered to update progress about task execution. There are about 10 events available as listed below. Triggered when the variable value is changed OnCustomEvent: Triggered by tasks to raise custom task-defined events. If you have noticed. It will process the task and shows the execution after the tasks completed as shown in the screen below.

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Similar wise on the right hand side we can see the Breakpoints window which shows the complete list of breakpoints available not specific to the task but to the whole application.

Conclusion So in this chapter we have seen on the break point essentials in SSIS Packaging and the execution plan status available in order to check the process flow. If we go to the data flow tab it shows the execution in green color which confirms that the execution is completed and then the process breakpoint triggered. If we see the below pane in the IDE there are some windows which tells the execution process of this task. Check point saves the configuration details in a XML file which acts as the source for the later execution section.

Check points are nothing but a structure where we can restart the package at the point where it fails without having to restart from the first step. We will see here on how to configure and use the check points feature in SSIS packaging. This feature is an added advantage for SSIS packaging which provides a better performance in order to achieve complex tasks.

The package once restarted the default point is restored by the check points by referring to this xml file only. Before enabling the check points we need to know the properties available with check points in order to use it effectively.

At this point we will not see the properties and the tasks are executed perfectly as shown in the screen below. In order to enable the check points we will make the second task a negative task and try to run the project. It will display result as shown in the screen below.

Here we need to configure the settings to save the check point and to use it with in the project. It will open a pop up as shown in the screen below.

We have an option here as send Mail Task which is used to perform the task which has been discussed. It has 3 sections on to that and we will see on how to configure using the options available. This send mail concept is used in real time when the packages are automated and to notify the end user at certain circumstances about the execution process or also about any failure in process or any things need to be skipped as the business needs. Check the screen below for example.

Mail tab — This is the very important section in configuration.

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When you click on the SMTP new server configuration you will see a window as shown below in order to input the new server details. This page is used to edit property expressions and to access the Property Expressions Editor and Property Expression Builder dialog boxes. Running the package will send a mail to the recipients and execute the package successfully.

We will see through the steps on using this container and how to configure the properties associated with this task. For loop task is the looping implementation of a task by which the task will evaluate an expression and loops through the process and until the evaluation goes to False. See the screen below once we have inserted the Execute SQL task inside the for loop container. We are going to make use of the Loop container and insert to the table when it loops through. Once the variable is created.

Just follow the configuration as shown in the screen below. To proceed further create a table as per the script shown in the screen below. Once we execute the package we can see the data which is inserted. So we are good with the package execution process. Differential backups based on our requirement we can go ahead and use the respective option.

Once you drag and drop the Send mail task then you project will look like the screen below. Just double click on the backup database task it will open a window as shown in the screen below. We need to do the configuration as shown below. Now press F5 to execute the package to make a Full database backup. Once everything is ready and executed your screen will look like below. Conclusion In this chapter we have seen how to do a backup of database using SSIS package and send a mail to the DBA on success of executing the package.

This will be the main folder. This is the sub folder of Packages. Normally all the folder should reside under a single folder which can be of any custom name. This is a temporary folder.

All the packages can be placed in this folder. This is the subfolder of Workfiles folder which is used for the same purpose as above and also they can have any logs. Under this root folder we can have number if sub folders as below. Rejected process of data imported file will go to this folder. This is the subfolder of Project folder. Raw files generated during the package execution will be placed in this folder.

Drag and drop a Data Flow Task and double click on the same will open the Data Flow tab as shown in the below figure add a Flat File source which is going to b e an input for the package. Conditional tasks transformation will be used to split the data based on some condition and save the result set in different destinations.

Now in order to configure it just double click on the Conditional Split task.

To make this configuration as shown in the above image just drag and drop the Column which u are going to make it as a condition here in this example we need to drag and drop Column 4 to the bottom pane and give the condition both as shown in the screen above. To achieve this task I just dragged and dropped the Conditional Split task as shown in the above image. Now we need to make the destination configure.

So drag and drop 2 flat file destinations and configure as shown in the screen below. We will see the screen below once the execution is completed. Sequential Task groups the tasks into multiple control flows and executes the process sequentially. Once we are into the BIDS. This container is used in areas where the process needs to follow certain tasks sequentially. If there are many tasks in our package we can group them based on their sequence and used to collapse and expand them and also to enable and disable them easily.

Now click on the Design Script button. Here we need to add the variable to the Readonlyvariable as shown below. Once the respective expressions are assigned to each and every task we can see the screen looks like the below screen. This task will be mainly used in scenario like if at all we need to check if table exists or not and to create a table using this task.

Mainly create or delete a table from SSIS package. Double click on it will open the configurations tab as shown below. Here the statement we are going to execute is a create table statement as shown in the below code. The output of the package is the creating of table Employeetable in Northwind Database.

This task as name specifies uses the BULK insert of the values to the destination. It will open the window as shown in the screen below. Now double click on the Bulk Insert task to make the configuration. Our expected output can be seen after executing the package in the respective table. In the table at present we have the list of records as shown in the screen below.

Once the executing is completed we can see the expected result as shown in the screen below. So this task container is used to customize our process of writing script and executing those scripts at runtime. To provide the script right click on the ActiveX script task and select Edit.

It will show a window as shown in the screen below. Here we have 2 sections as below. Clicking on that button will check the syntax and give the result as shown below.

To do that right click on the ActiveX Script task and give execute task as shown in the screen below. Conclusion In this chapter we have seen Activex Script task Container with step by step process on executing the script. This chapter demonstrates the much needed option for the enterprise users of executing the SSIS Package which has stored procedure holding the core business execution. We need to carry out some basic configuration. We will use one our package which we have created as sample in our existing chapters.

Now we are going to create a stored procedure to execute the package with passing some input variables to be used in the connection string as follows. ReturnCode INT. Before starting with the operations we will see on why are using the FTP Task operation. Create remote directory This operation create a new folder on the remote server. Task Operation Task Operation Description This operation is used to send some files to remote location.

Delete local files This operation delete a file in the local server. Create local directory This operation create a new folder on a local server. Receive files This operation is used to download some files from remote location. Remove remote directory This operation delete a folder on the remote server. Remove local directory This operation delete a folder in the local server. The dynamic operation properties available for each of these task operations are as follows.

Here we are going to see an example on how to configure a FTP task and receive a file. Follow steps 1 to 3 of first chapter to open the BIDS project and select the right project to work on integration services project.

Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to receive the file from FTP we need to set as below. Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to save the file. Conclusion In this chapter we have seen on how to use the FTP task to receive a file from a site and save it in a local folder. Here we are going to see an example on how to configure a FTP task and Send a file to the remote host. Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to get the file.

Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to send the file to FTP we need to set as below. And in the Remote parameters section we need to specify the FTP site location using a variable and in the local parameter section we need to select the local file location to send file to the remote location.

Conclusion In this chapter we have seen on how to use the FTP task to send a file from a local to a remote site. Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to delete the files remotely. Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to delete some file in the remote server we need to set as below. End user need to provide the correct connection settings and click on the Test Connection to confirm if the connection is valid.

Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to delete the files locally. Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to delete some file in the local box we need to set as below.

Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to delete a folder in the remote server we need to set as below.

Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to delete the folders remotely. Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to delete the folders locally. Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to delete a folder in the local box we need to set as below.

Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to create a folder in the remote server we need to set as below. Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to create the folder in the remote server.

Now in the file transfer tab we need to set the property since in our example we are going to create a folder in the local box we need to set as below. Here input variable is used to get the path where we need to create the folder in the local machine.

S No 2 Transformation Aggregate w 1 w. Once the project is created.. To follow my series of chapters on SSIS packages refer to my profile. Aggregate functions are used to do a list of needed activities like Sum. Average w Group by w Aggregate Operation Description Gives the average values of column values Divides the dataset into groups Sum Sums the columns into a value. The lists of available aggregate functions are as follows. We step forward and configure the same.

Now double click on the Aggregate function will open a pop-up window as shown in the screen below. Here last 2 controls shows a red mark inside the control indicating that it is not configured.

Here we have added an OLEDB connection which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do some manipulations and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below.

Now configure the Flat File Destination as shown in the screen below. And after selecting the number of columns for the aggregate then click on the OK button to get configured. In this chapter we have seen on how to do an average of a number of columns using an Aggregate function with the SQL Server Business Intelligence Studio.

In this chapter we are going to see on how to use an Aggregate Group by data flow transformation control in SSIS packaging. With this function operation we can get a list of grouping necessary to get result in desired format. Follow steps 1 to 3 of the first chapter to open the BIDS project and select the right project to work on integration services project. Once the project is created, we will see on how to use an aggregate control for grouping the columns.

Here we will see on the Group By operation in the aggregate control. We need to add an OLEDB connection data source which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do Grouping manipulations and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below. Here last 2 controls shows a red mark inside the control indicating that the control is not configured.

Here we are selecting the columns on which we need a Grouping of data as shown in the screen. And after selecting the number of columns for the group then clicks on the OK button to get configured. Once we are done with the configuration setting we can see our screen look as shown in the screen below. Now Press F5 or Execute button from the tool bar will run the application and show the output as shown in the screen below. Here the numbers of rows are indicated at the bottom of the each control as shown in the above screen.

And finally the results Grouping of the columns based on product are loaded to flat file destination which looks like below.

In this chapter we have seen on how to do a grouping of a number of columns using an Aggregate function transformation in data flow tab. With this function operation we can get a Summation of a number of rows necessary to get result in desired format.

Once the project is created, we will see on how to use an aggregate control for summing the rows and give as a single column. Here we will see on the SUM operation in the aggregate control. We need to add an OLEDB connection data source which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do summation of number of rows and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below.

And after selecting the numbers of columns for summation then click on the OK button to get configured. And finally the results SUM of rows resulting in a single column are loaded to flat file destination which looks like below w w In this chapter we have seen on how to do a Summation of the rows using an Aggregate function transformation in data flow tab.

With this function operation we can get a Count on the number of rows necessary to get result in desired format. We need to add an OLEDB connection data source which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do get the Count of number of rows and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below.

And after selecting the numbers of columns for getting the count now click on the OK button to get configured. Conclusion In this chapter we have seen on how to get a count of number of rows using an Aggregate function transformation in data flow tab.

With this function operation we can get a Count on the number of distinct rows which are unique and not null and to get result in desired format. We need to add an OLEDB connection data source which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do get the Count of the distinct number of rows and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below. And after selecting the numbers of columns for getting the distinct count now click on the OK button to get configured.

With this function operation we can get a number which is a maximum of a column. We need to add an OLEDB connection data source which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do get the maximum of the rows and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below. And after selecting the numbers of columns for getting the maximum number now click on the OK button to get configured.

And finally the results Maximum number in a column are loaded to flat file destination which looks like below. With this function operation we can get a number which is a minimum of a column. We need to add an OLEDB connection data source which fetches the data from the database upon which we are going to do get the minimum of the rows and then pass it to a file destination as shown in the screen below.

And after selecting the numbers of columns for getting the minimum number now click on the OK button to get configured. And finally the results Minimum number in a column are loaded to flat file destination which looks like below. Audit transformation helps the uses to build a package which requires about the environment on which the package runs like the computer name.

Now drag and drop an audit control as shown in the screen below. The list of system variables used is as follows. It will run the package we can see the result as shown in the screen below. Now press F5 to build and execute the package. We can see the output as below.

Conclusion w. Character Map transformations are used to do some formatting for the columns based on users selection. The formatting can be like transforming Lower to upper case. Once you open the project just drag and drop the Character map control as shown in the screen below. Full Width etc. Byte reversal. Upper to lower case.

Here we are going to take 2 tables as source and destination in the same database and do some transformations to check how exactly the process is used for. Script w. To configure the Character Map just double click on the control and select the columns to be added for the transformation and select the necessary transform as shown in the below image.

Once the package gets executed it will look like the screen below. We are going to see an example on how to do a transformation of Lower to upper case of a column using the character map transformation control. To check if the transformations are completed successfully go to the Query Analyser and run the below query as shown in the screen below.

Copy Column task help to copy a column to a destination as and when required to have sync across the environments. Once the package gets executed successfully your screen looks like below. Data Conversion task mainly used in large transformations where the data compatibility should be checked in order to update back to the database. Double click the Data Conversion control will open a window to do the configuration. Follow as it shows in the below image. Out of the 3. Now click on the OK button to complete this step.

Now we need to drag and drop a destination file task and configure as shown in the below image. To have it used in real time we need to use to update to the database where it has constraints on having only numeric or a string based on the business. Conclusion In this chapter we have seen on how to use the Data Conversion Transformation to transform a data of different type.

The FactCurrencyRate fact table has four columns, and has relationships to two dimension tables, as shown in the following table. Our analysis of the source and destination data formats indicates that lookups are necessary for the CurrencyKey and DateKey values.

The transformations that perform these lookups get those values by using the alternate keys from the DimCurrency and DimDate dimension tables. Step 1: Create a new Integration Services project. Step 2: Add and configure a Flat File connection manager. Step 3: Step 4: Add a Data Flow task to the package. Step 5: Add and configure the flat file source. Step 6: Add and configure the lookup transformations.

Step 7: Step 8: Annotate and format the Lesson 1 package. Step 9: Test the Lesson 1 package. Create a new integration services project. Exit focus mode. In this article.

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