Figure 10-5 Specifying execution options for the import in .NET

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Figure 10-5 Specifying execution options for the import
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Different option if wizard started from within BIDS
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If you start the SQL Server Import And Export Wizard from an Integration Services project in BIDS, you cannot run the package immediately. Instead, the wizard adds the package to the project and then you can run the package in BIDS.
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The Complete The Wizard screen gives you a high-level review of the options that you selected before implementing your choices, as Figure 10-6 shows. From this screen, clicking Finish executes the package and returns a window that reports whether the tasks were successful, shown in Figure 10-7.
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Lesson 5: Using the SSIS Import/Export Wizard
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Figure 10-6 Reviewing your data-import options
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Figure 10-7 Reporting success or failure of the data import tasks
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Why is it useful to save the SSIS package created by the Import/Export Wizard Saving the package is useful for several reasons, including being able to trace data lineage, reuse the package, and use the package as a base for other packages.
Quick Check Answer
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Working with Flat Files
Lesson Summary
The SSIS Import/Export Wizard can be started from SSMS, BIDS, or the command prompt. When the wizard is started from within BIDS, the package cannot be immediately executed by the wizard. The wizard can use many data providers (flat file, SQL Native Client, Microsoft OLE DB for SQL Server, and so on) as the source of the data load, the destination of the data load, or both. The packages created by the wizard can either be immediately executed and discarded or saved for later use. You can use the wizard to get a jump start on more robust data-load projects.
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers
Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
1. When you start the SSIS Import/Export Wizard from a command prompt rather than from within BIDS, which of the following are different in the wizard A. The interface. When you start the wizard from the command line, it has a non-GUI command-line interface. When you start it from within BIDS, it has a graphical interface. B. When you start the wizard from within BIDS, several additional options are added to the wizard. C. You cannot start the wizard from the command prompt. D. When you start the wizard from BIDS, the option to immediately execute the package is removed from the wizard.
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Review
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Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenario. This scenario sets up a real-world situation involving the topics of this chapter and asks you to create a solution. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
Summary
Setting the recovery model of a database to Bulk-Logged before bulk loading data can significantly decrease logging overhead, as long as certain other conditions are met. Although bcp is an efficient but cryptic command-line tool that you can use to load and unload data from a database, it has limited data-transformation and error-handling capabilities. BULK INSERT is similar to bcp except that it runs in-process, has less-cryptic parameters, and can only import data into a database. OPENROWSET can be used to import or export data (if the provider is capable of it) and can use data from an external source without having to put it in a table first. The SSIS Import/Export Wizard can take data from any provider (for example, SQL Server, Oracle, or flat file) as a source and can transform it and put the data into a destination using any provider (SQL Server, Oracle, or flat file). The package created by the wizard can be used immediately (in most cases) or can be saved for later use or as a base to build more-robust SSIS packages from it.
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