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Saturday, 14 September 2013

SSIS Exercise 03

Create SSIS packages and Data sources
We will add the project data sources that we just created to the two packages that we have developed.
If necessary, start SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS), open the project you created in Exercise 1,  SSIS Project, and then open Solution Explorer.
Edit your MyPackage.dtsx package by double-clicking the package in Solution Explorer.
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Locate the Connection Managers pane (at the bottom of the SSIS Designer window), right-click in the pane, and then click New Connection From Data Source.
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In the Select Data Source dialog box, select both the AdventureWorks2008R2 and AdventureWorksDW2008R2 data sources from the list, and then click OK to accept.
This puts the two project data sources into the package’s Connection Managers pane.
Perform the same steps in the DimCustomer.dtsx package to add the Adventure- Works2008R2 and AdventureWorksDW2008R2 project data sources as connection managers for the package.
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When you are finished creating the connection managers, click the Save All button on the BIDS toolbar.
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Remember that:
Both project data sources and package connections are connection strings. However, a data source resides outside the package and can be used as the connection reference for more than one package. A package connection does not have to be associated with a data source. Connections are updated by their associated data sources only when the package is opened for editing in BIDS.