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How you build an SSIS package depends on what you want the package to do. The best place to start is to break down the package that you want to build into separate tasks and then join those tasks together on the Control Flow pane. Breaking a problem into small pieces can simplify it greatly.
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There is a wealth of information on designing and creating SSIS packages, including more detail on the functionality of Toolbox items, located on MSDN at msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ ms141091(sql.90).aspx.
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Another way to create basic packages is to use the SQL Server Import And Export Wizard. The wizard allows you to create a basic SSIS package that copies data to and from the following sources:
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You can use ADO.NET providers as sources for the wizard, but you cannot use them as destinations. You can start the SQL Server Import And Export Wizard either from SSMS, from the command line, or from BIDS. To start the wizard from SSMS, connect to the database server, right-click a database, choose Tasks, and then choose either Import Data or Export Data. It is also possible to start the SQL Server Import And Export Wizard from the command line using the DTSWizard.exe command, located in c:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\DTS\Binn. The Wizard is shown in Figure 7-3. To start the wizard from BIDS, start a new project and do one of the following tasks:
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Right-click the SSIS Packages folder and choose SSIS Import And Export Wizard. Select SSIS Import And Export Wizard from the Project menu.
Lesson 1: Constructing SSIS Packages
Figure 7-3
SQL Server Import And Export Wizard.
The SQL Server Import And Export Wizard is designed to create only basic SSIS packages. To accomplish more advanced tasks, you need to use the full functionality of the SSIS Designer in BIDS. The SQL Server Import And Export Wizard does not support column-level transformations and provides little in the way of transformation capabilities other than setting names, data type, and data type properties in destination files and tables. It is possible to edit existing packages that you created with the SQL Server Import And Export Wizard by using the SSIS Designer.
Executing Packages
You can use the Execute Package Utility and the dtexec command-line utility to run packages in development and production environments. You use both tools for instant rather than scheduled package execution. If you are going to use the Execute Package Utility, you must ensure that the Integration Services service is running. Scheduling package execution is covered in more detail in Lesson 4. To execute packages using the Execute Package Utility, perform the following steps: 1. Open SSMS on the SQL Server 2005 computer on which the packages are installed, and click Connect in Object Explorer to establish a connection to the local Integration Services. 2. Locate the Stored Packages folder under Integration Services. Depending on how you have installed the packages, they are located under either the File System or the MSDB node.
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3. Right-click the package that you want to execute and choose Run Package. This initiates the Execute Package Utility shown in Figure 7-4.
Figure 7-4
The Execute Package Utility.
4. Click Execute and the package executes, displaying the Package Execution Progress dialog box so that you can view in-progress execution results. If necessary, you can click Stop to halt execution.
PRACTICE
Creating an SSIS Package
In these practices, you create both a basic and a more advanced SSIS package using the SSIS Designer in Business Intelligence Development Studio.
Practice 1: Creating a Simple Package
In this exercise, you create a basic package using SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio that uses Notepad to create a text file and then copies the created file to a separate directory. 1. Create the directories c:\temp1 and c:\temp2 on the SQL Server 2005 computer. 2. Open the SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio. 3. From the File menu, choose New and then Project. 4. Select the Integration Services Project from the list of Visual Studio installed templates. 5. Give the project the name CH7-Project1, and ensure that the Create Directory For Solution check box is selected, as shown in Figure 7-5. Click OK.
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