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SQL Server Integration Services Using Visual Studio 2005 by Jayaram Krishnaswamy

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Hands-On Exercises

Exercise 1 has been completely described in the main body of this chapter. Please follow Exercise 2 and Exercise 3 step-by-step as described.

Hands-On Exercise 1

Create a SSIS Project as described in this chapter and get acquainted with the various windows. In doing so, try the following variations:

  1. 1. Use the default package and get acquainted with the windows and menus. Rename the package by right-clicking and choosing the Rename option. Execute the package (before or after renaming) by right-clicking and choosing the Execute Package option. Make sure you notice a tabbed page, Progress, added to the Canvas. Now look at the Progress page as well as the Output window.

  2. 2. Try adding different tasks from the Control Flow

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