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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Integration Services by Kirk Haselden

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Chapter 24. Building Custom Tasks

IN THIS CHAPTER

Custom Runtime Components

Starting an SSIS Custom Component Project

Developing and Debugging the Task

Building the Task User Interface

Custom Task Best Practices

“SOMEBODY MUST HAVE BEEN REALLY HUNGRY IN THIS HALL.”—MATT DAVID

If you were to decompose Integration Services and remove all the components, you’d be left with very little value because packages wouldn’t do anything. They would just sit there, wishing you’d build a task or other component to plug into them so they would have something to do. The tasks, transforms, Foreach Enumerators, connection managers, data flow adapters, and log providers are what provide the power of SSIS. Without them, you’d be left with two snoozing ...

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