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[delete] Deleting 1 files. [dbIntegrate] ALTER-etomic.sharetransformer-integrate-1.0.4.0.sql [exec] 1> 2> 3> 4> 5> 6> 7> 1> 2> 1> 2> 1> 2> 1> 2> 1> 2> 1> 2> 1> 2> 1> 2> 3> 4> 5> 6> The database update succeeded [exec] 1> 2> 1> configure: [attrib] Setting file attributes for 1 files to Normal. [xmlpoke] Found '1' nodes matching XPath expression '/configuration/appSettings/add[@key = 'DbConnectionString']/@value'. [attrib] Setting file attributes for 1 files to ReadOnly. We can see that two executions of the databaseincrement target occur, moving the old version (1.0.2.0) through 1.0.3.0 to version 1.0.4.0. Superb.
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Adding the old version of the database at the command line is effective but might be seen as a bit kludgy. My suggestion for alternative solutions is to use <xmlpoke> and <xmlpeek> to maintain a state or version file, or try to use the <version> task to do the same. I spent a little time messing around with this idea, and found it satisfactory. At this point, we are now able to analyze, integrate, and deploy a system with a database as we wish. Now for something completely different...
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DTS (Data Transformation Services) packages are a very useful feature of SQL Server, and I have seen heavy use of DTS features for handling a variety of scheduled tasks. Unfortunately, they can be a pain to deploy effectively because they are prone to poor standards for configuration and also because it can be awkward to ensure quality. The DTS Compare tool from the SQL Bundle does an excellent job of analyzing differences between server instances, which means the physical porting of a DTS package from server to server is less painful than manual inspections. However, there is another problem. Usually a DTS package will need to be configured differently from server to server different FTP server information, for example. The only real option is to access the package on the production server and make changes to variables throughout the tasks within the package. This is possible, but in my experience leads to heated debates between developers and operations personnel as to who forgot to set the variables or who set them incorrectly. This reduces the confidence in DTS package deployment and can affect the success of a project. The effort and risk can be reduced to some extent through the introduction of some standard tasks in DTS packages and, as usual, a bit of organization.
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Note DTS is of course a little bit obscure and archaic. The code that follows works with a minimum of
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Figure 8-18 shows a package with two steps at the beginning: Load XML File and Set Variables. The first is a VBScript task, and the second is a Dynamic Properties task. We will use these to simplify package configuration.
Figure 8-18. Standard DTS package configuration
Organization
Generally speaking, DTS packages have a tendency to generate artifacts since they are used to push around data feeds in various formats. These artifacts can be organized sensibly, server to server, by maintaining standard shares in the same way on each server in the form \\<server name>\<dts share name>\<project name>. The artifacts for DTS packages can then be maintained neatly and cleaned up from this area. Additionally, we will use this space to maintain an XML file containing the configuration for the DTS package.
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