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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Integration Services by Kirk Haselden

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Chapter 7. Grouping Control Flow with Containers

IN THIS CHAPTER

The Container Concept

Common Container Properties

Designer Groupings—the Noncontainers

The Task and the Taskhost Container

The Simple Sequence Container

The Looping Containers

The Package Container

“IF I DON’T KNOW IT, IT’S NOT KNOWLEDGE.”—MIKE BLASZCZAK

Containers are an important object in Integration Services packages. Visually, they provide separation and organization of the control flow. Under the covers, they are central to the functioning of packages. This chapter details the important role containers play in making packages simpler, better structured, more manageable, and consistent.

Containers are objects in Integration Services that contain other containers, ...

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