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  • SSIS - Expressions

    Sudeep Raj Liked 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    Hi, Lets talks about EXPRESSIONS. It is one of the most interesting and used feature available in SSIS. At times we tend to over do in out attempt to work using Expressions. One needs to decide when it is best to use an expression. A few po......
  • Introduction to WebMatrix v1.1

    Sudeep Raj Commented 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    Thanks Vishal, Have a look at this blog of mine where I put the [details of Foreach loop in another example][1]. [1]: http://beyondrelational.com/blogs/sudeep/archive/2009/11/19/dynamic-file-connection-in-ssis.aspx...
  • SSIS – Process files in Sequence

    Sudeep Raj Commented 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    Thanks Vishal, Have a look at this blog of mine where I put the [details of Foreach loop in another example][1]. [1]: http://beyondrelational.com/modules/2/blogs/106/posts/11111/ssis-dynamic-file-connection-in-ssis-using-for-each-loop.aspx...
  • SSIS – Process files in Sequence

    Sudeep Raj Liked 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    I got a very interesting scenario in Ask Sudeep section of BeyondRelational.com. Let me share the scenario first and then will explain how to go about it. Scenario: There is a folder which contains a number of files. The file name follows the followi...
  • SSIS - Upload data to Oracle using SQL Loader

    Sudeep Raj Liked 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    While doing ETL performance is of utmost importance. Keeping this is mind how do we load data to Oracle server using SSIS in the most optimum way? We can follow the conventional method of using OLEDB Destination in a Data Flow Task. This is what is used...
  • TSQL Challenge 13 – Solution by Isham Hamin

    Sudeep Raj Commented 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    Using SSIS this is the best option that you have. Ma be you could delete the CSV file after the load or in case of error in the package as a clean up. This will ensure that no data is stored. There are other tools you could use have look at the link...
  • SSIS - Upload data to Oracle using SQL Loader

    Sudeep Raj Commented 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    Using SSIS this is the best option that you have. Ma be you could delete the CSV file after the load or in case of error in the package as a clean up. This will ensure that no data is stored. There are other tools you could use have look at the link...
  • TSQL Challenge 11 - Solution by Brad Schulz

    Sudeep Raj Commented 6 Years ago through Blogs | 1 Point
    Hi Jinesh, how much data do you intend to transfer? You can use a Data FlowTask with OLEBD source to get the data from DB2(provided you have the connection) and oledb destination to load the data to Oracle. You might want to check the performance of ...
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