Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services part 71 ppt

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678 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services architecture, SSIS data flow, 20, 644–645 engines for managing workflows in SSIS, 4 object model, 20 overview, 18–19 run time, 20 service component, 19 archives Archiving Downloaded Files package, 175–179 exercise archiving downloaded files, 156–160 exercise deleting data month by month from archives. See data deletion exercise historical data, 657 AssignExpression, For Loops and, 124 asynchronous transformations blocking asynchronous full row-set-based transformations, 649–650 exercise writing asynchronous output to nonstandard text file, 528–529 partially blocking asynchronous row-set-based transformations, 648–649 performance enhancement with, 645–647 scripting, 520–525 attributes of data in data warehouse, 441–443 in ER modeling, 541 setting on files and folders, 155 auditing transformations Audit, 436–437 data flow and, 5, 355 overview of, 436 Row Count, 437–438 auto-generated scripts, 492–494 AVERAGE as Aggregate transformation, 429–430 exercise aggregating sales orders, 433 B Back Up Database task control flow tasks, 212–213 as maintenance task, 140 backup compression, in data warehousing, 557–558 backward compatibility Client Tools Backward Compatibility, 602 control flow tasks, 141 batch files calling using Execute Process task, 152–154 creating, 149 BIDS (Business Intelligence Development Studio) Adding Connection Managers to packages, 75 adding imported package to, 54–55 based on VSTA, 12 comparing with SQL Server Management Studio, 71 creating blank project for use with, 29–31 as development tool, 4–5 digitally signing packages, 271 exploring imported packages, 53 overview, 28–29 Package Configurations Organizer utility in, 569 running packages during development phase, 244–245 SSIS Designer, 111 starting SQL Server Import and Export Wizard, 43 validation alerts in, 632 windows and tab options in, 31–36 binary data option, Flat File source, 347 BLOB Bytes Read, performance counters, 659 BLOB Bytes Written, performance counters, 659 BLOB Files In Use, performance counters, 659 blocking asynchronous full row-set-based transformations, 649–650 bottom-up design, data warehouse, 539 breakpoints debugging Script task and, 501–503 exercise setting, 635–638 overview of, 634 Buffer Memory, performance counters, 659 buffers, in memory management, 644 Buffers In Use, performance counters, 659 Buffers Spooled, performance counters, 659–660 BufferSizeTuning, logging event, 661 BufferWrapper class, in Script component, 510 Bulk Insert task configuring to import text files, 183 as control flow tasks, 169 mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 overview of, 5 as SQL Server task, 138 Business Intelligence Development Studio. See BIDS (Business Intelligence Development Studio) business intelligence transformations data flow and, 352–353 Data Mining Query, 455–456 exercise configuring SCD transformation, 445–452 exercise executing package for removing duplicates, 478–480 exercise filtering with SCD key, 444–445 exercise loading SCD transformation, 452–455 exercise removing duplicates by Fuzzy Grouping, 474–478 exercise removing exact duplicates, 470–472 exercise removing fuzzy duplicates, 472–474 exercise using SCD transformation, 444 Fuzzy Grouping, 460–463 Fuzzy Lookup, 463–467 overview of, 352–353, 439 SCD (Slowly Changing Dimension), 439–443 Term Extraction, 457–460 Term Lookup, 456–457 Index 679 C Cache Connection Manager, 76 Cache Mode section, of lookup transformation, 397–399 cache transformation, as split and join transformation, 394–395 Campaign database, attaching to SQL Server 2008, 674 candidate key profile, for multiple-column profiles, 65 case sensitivity, Term Lookup and, 457 CDC (Change Data Capture) data warehouse enhancements in SQL Server 2008 R2, 562–564 MERGE statement used with, 561 what’s new in SQL Server 2008, 13 change types, available in SCD Wizard, 441–443 changing attribute attribute change types in SCD Wizard, 441–442, 546 configuring SCD transformation, 450 Character Map transformation exercise using to convert pipeline data, 407–408 as row transformation, 379–380 standardization of data with, 6 Check Database Integrity task as control flow task, 213–214 as maintenance task, 140 CheckFile option, DTExec utility, 253 CheckpointFileName property, 312 CheckPointing option, DTExec utility, 252 checkpoints exercise in seeing effect of transactions on checkpoints, 316–317 restarting packages with, 311–313 CheckpointUsage property, 312 CIF (Corporate Information Factory), 538 CIM (Common Information Model), 196 Client Tools Backward Compatibility, 602 Code window, BIDS, 35 column length distribution profile, single-column profiles, 64, 68 column null ratio profile, single-column profiles, 64 column pattern profile, single-column profiles, 64 column statistics profile, single-column profiles, 64 column value distribution profile, single-column profiles, 64 columns ADO.NET source, 343 copying input columns to output columns, 378–379 creating new columns on row by row basis (row transformation), 353 derivations on input column data, 382–385 Excel source, 346 Export Column transformation, 385–386 Import Column transformation, 386 mappings, 58–60 raw file source, 350 SQL Server Import and Export Wizard, 45–46 Columns tab, Fuzzy Grouping transformation, 462 Columns tab, Fuzzy Lookup transformation, 465 comma-separated value (CSV) exercise writing synchronous output to, 526–528 text file log provider writing information into, 293 command prompt DTExec utility for running packages, 250–256 installing SSIS from, 25–26 command sourcing phase, DTExec utility, 251 Common Information Model (CIM), 196 Component Wrapper class, in Script component, 510–511 compression, backup compression in SQL Server 2008 R2, 557–558 Conditional Split transformation, as row transformation, 389–390 ConfigFile option, DTExec utility, 253 configuration Archiving Downloaded Files for sending filenames, 175–179 Bulk Insert task for importing text files, 183 data flow path, 372–375 Data Flow task, 421–424 DTExec utility phase, 252–255 Execute SQL task, 90–92, 115–118 exercise applying checkpoint configurations to packages, 313–316 FTP Connection Manager, 145 FTP task, 143, 144–147 logging, 296–299 package. See package configurations SCD transformation, 445–452 Transfer Database task, 202–203 XML task areas, 162–165 configuring Script component as data source, 507–514 as destination, 525–526 as transformation, 515 conformed dimensions, in dimensional modeling, 544 Connection Manager tab, Fuzzy Grouping transformation, 461–462 Connection Managers adding for contacts email campaign, 114–115 ADO Connection Manager, 75 ADO.NET Connection Manager, 75–76, 213–214, 343 Analysis Services Connection Manager, 78–79 Cache Connection Manager, 76 Connections Project Wizard and, 63 displaying all Connection Managers defined in package, 58 Excel Connection Manager, 76–77, 345 exercise adding, 89–90, 431 File Connection Manager, 77–78 Flat File Connection Manager, 78 FTP Connection Manager, 78, 143, 145 HTTP Connection Manager, 78, 160 Microsoft Connector 1.0 for SAP BI, 81–82 Microsoft Connector for Oracle by Attunity, 82–83 Microsoft Connector for Teradata by Attunity, 83–84 MSMQ Connection Manager, 78 680 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services Connection Managers (cont.) Multiple Files Connection Manager, 79 Multiple Flat Files Connection Manager, 79–80 ODBC Connection Manager, 80 OLE DB Connection Manager, 80, 114–115, 369, 461 overview of, 74–75 raw file source, 350 SMO Connection Manager, 80–81 SMTP Connection Manager, 81, 195 SQL Server Compact Edition Connection Manager, 81 types of objects in SSIS packages, 71 WMI Connection Manager, 81, 197–199 Connection option, DTExec utility, 253 connection strings, types of sensitive data, 271 Connections Managers tab, BIDS windows displaying all Connection Managers defined in package, 58 overview of, 35 connections, mapping Dts services to SSIS, 616 Connections Project Wizard, 63 ConnectionString property, evaluating at runtime, 106 consistency of data. See data integrity ConsoleLog option, DTExec utility, 253–254 constrained executable, 99–100 constraints. See precedence constraints contacts email campaign adding Connection Managers for, 114–115 adding Foreach Loop Container, 119–120 adding Send Mail Task and executing package, 119–122 configuring Execute SQL Task, 115–118 method, 113 review, 123 control flow data flow and, 334–335 managing workflow with, 55–56 running parallel task in, 669–670 types of objects in SSIS packages, 70 control flow containers Event Handler, 110 exercise avoiding inconsistency in single container, 306 exercise avoiding inconsistency over multiple container, 306–310 exercise creating e-mail campaign. See contacts email campaign exercise deleting data month by month from archives. See data deletion exercise Foreach Loop, 111–113, 119–120 For Loop, 123–126 packages, 110–111 Sequence, 131–132 summary, 133 Task Host, 132 types of, 110 control flow engine comparing with data flow engine, 482–483 engines for managing workflows in SSIS, 3–4 separation from data flow engine, 334–335 in SSIS architecture, 20 working programmatically and, 483 Control Flow tab, BIDS SSIS Designer, 33, 111 control flow tasks analysis services, 139 Back Up Database task, 212–213 backward compatibility and, 141 Bulk Insert task, 169 Check Database Integrity task, 213–214 custom, 141–142 data flow, 137 data preparation, 137 Execute Package task, 187–188 Execute Process task, 148 Execute SQL Server Agent Job task, 214–215 Execute SQL task, 165–168 Execute T-SQL Statement task, 215–216 exercise archiving downloaded files, 156–160 exercise consolidating workflow packages, 188–195 exercise downloading zipped files from FTP server, 144–148 exercise expanding zipped files, 149–154 exercise importing expanded files. See importing expanded zip files exercise reading application log, 197–200 File System task, 155–156 FTP task, 142–143 History Cleanup task, 216–217 maintaining, 140–141 Maintenance Cleanup task, 217–218 managing from Control Flow pane, 482 Message Queue task, 169–173 Notify Operator task, 218–219 overview, 136 Rebuild Index task, 220–221 Reorganize Index task, 221–222 scripting, 139 Send Mail task, 195 Shrink Database task, 222–223 SQL Server, 138 summary, 223–224 tasks as smallest unit for restarting packages, 312 transfer, 139–140 Transfer Database task, 202–203 Transfer Error Messages task, 203–205 Transfer Jobs task, 205–206 Transfer Logins task, 206–208 Transfer Master Stored Procedures task, 208–209 Transfer SQL Server Objects task, 210–211 Update Statistics task, 223–224 Web Service task, 160–161 WMI Data Reader task, 196–197 WMI Event Watcher task, 200–202 workflow, 138 XML task, 161–165 Index 681 Copy Column, as row transformation, 378–379 COPY command, dtutil utility, 238–239 Copy SQL Server Objects task, mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 Corporate Information Factory (CIF), 538 COUNT, as Aggregate transformation, 429–430 COUNT DISTINCT as Aggregate transformation, 429–430 exercise aggregating sales orders, 433 CPUs 32-bit vs. 64-bit systems, 17, 641–643 parallel processing. See parallel processing CreateDeploymentUtility property, deployment utility, 588 CRM (customer support systems) contact management and, 113 data management and, 2 cryptography. See encryption CSV (comma-separated value) exercise writing synchronous output to, 526–528 text file log provider writing information into, 293 CUBE operators, GROUP BY supporting, 561 custom deployment, 592–594 customer support systems (CRM) contact management and, 113 data management and, 2 customization. See programming SSIS D data analyzing data quality with Data Profiling Task, 63–64 consolidation features, 7 converting raw data into meaningful information, 7 Data Flow pane managing movement of, 482 preparing for control flow tasks, 137 segmentation using Percentage Sampling transformation, 417–418 standardization features in SSIS, 6 timestamps, 436 data cleansing business intelligence operations, 352 Fuzzy Grouping transformation and, 460 Data Conversion transformation converting data formats or locales, 7 exercise converting Excel data and combining with flat files, 403–405 as row transformation, 381–382 standardization of data, 6 data deletion exercise adding Execute SQL task for deleting monthly records, 127–130 adding For Loop Container for, 125–126 method, 124–125 review, 130 Data Driven Query task, mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 data flow ADO.NET as destination, 357 ADO.NET as source, 343–345 architecture of, 644–645 auditing transformations and, 355 bringing data into, 337–341 business intelligence transformations and, 352–353 component interfaces, 335–336 control flow and, 137, 334–335 data mining model training destination, 357–358 DataReader destination, 358 destinations. See destinations, data flow dimension processing destination, 358–360 error output interface, 337 Excel as destination, 360 Excel as source, 345–346 exercise adding OLE DB source and Flat File destination, 370–372 exercise configuring data flow path and executing package, 372–375 exercise configuring OLE DB Connection Manager and adding data flow path, 369 exercise executing package, 412–413 external metadata interface, 336 flat files as destination, 360–361 flat files as source, 346–348 input interface, 336–337 multiple data flows with parallel processing, 670 OLE DB as destination, 361–363 OLE DB as source, 348–349 output interface, 337 overview of, 334 partition processing destination, 363 paths. See paths, data flow raw files as destination, 364–365 raw files as source, 349–350 recordset destination, 365 row transformations, 353 rowset transformations, 354 Script components as destination, 365 Script components as source, 350 sources, 342–343 split and join transformations, 354–355 SQLServer Compact destination, 365–366 SQLServer destination, 366–367 summary, 375 transformations. See transformations, data flow types of objects in SSIS packages, 70 XML files as source, 351 data flow engine comparing with control flow engine, 482–483 engines for managing workflows in SSIS, 3–4 managing pipeline activities with, 57–58 overview of, 334 separation from control flow engine, 334–335 in SSIS architecture, 20 working programmatically and, 483 Data Flow tab, BIDS SSIS Designer, 33, 111 682 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services Data Flow task checkpoints and, 312–313 creating multiple data flows with parallel processing, 670 exercise adding, 431, 444 exercise configuring, 421–424 exercise enabling logging on, 663–665 extracting data from disparate data sources, 5 overview of, 335 performance and, 644–645 source and destination adapters, 335 data integrity exercise avoiding inconsistency in single container, 306 exercise avoiding inconsistency over multiple container, 306–310 exercise creating simulation package for data consistency issues, 302–306 maintaining with transactions, 301–302 data marts. See also data warehouses bottom-up design, 539 centralized EDW with dependent data marts, 539–540 dimension types and, 544 distributed independent data marts, 540–541 hub-and-spoke architecture and, 556–557 integrating with parallel data warehouses, 552 star schema and, 547 top-down design, 538 data mining model training, 357–358 Data Mining Prediction task, mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 Data Mining Query as Analysis Services task, 139 as business intelligence transformations, 455–456 data model schemas building star schema, 549–550 overview of, 547 snowflake model, 548–549 star schema, 547–548 data models dimension types, 544–545 dimensional modeling, 542–544 ER modeling, 541–542 loading dimensions using SCD, 545–546 overview of, 541 data parsing, converting source data to SSIS data types, 338–339 Data Profile Viewer overview of, 12 review statistics generated by Data Profiling Task, 66–67 reviewing data in XML format, 42 Data Profiling task analyzing data quality with, 63–64 as data preparation task, 137 exercise profiling imported data, 66–68 function of, 42 multiple-column profiles, 65 overview of, 5 single-column profiles, 64 what’s new, 12 Data Protection API (DPAPI), 272 data source views, 85–86 data sources ADO.NET, 343–345 configuring Script component as, 507–514 as data flow component, 335–336 design-time connections to, 84–85 enabling SSIS as, 328–329 Excel, 345–346 exercise addings, 370–372, 401–403, 444 flat files, 346–348 Import and Export Wizard data source options, 43–44 OLE DB, 348–349 overview of, 342–343 raw files, 349–350 Script components, 350 SSIS as data source for Reporting Services, 328 SSIS packages as, 8, 330–331 XML files, 351 data storage systems, 2 data streams, exercise combining two, 403–405 data types converting source data to SSIS data types, 338–339, 381–382 exercise converting Excel data and combining with flat files, 403–405 new date and time data types, 14 user-defined variables and, 95 data viewers as debugging tool, 640 exercises adding, 412, 424–426 data warehouses architecture, 539 backup compression in SQL Server 2008 R2, 557–558 bottom-up design, 539 building star schema, 549–550 centralized EDW with dependent data marts, 539–540 change data capture, 562–564 data model schemas, 547 data models for, 541 dimension types, 544–545 dimensional modeling, 542–544 distributed independent data marts, 540–541 ER modeling, 541–542 Fast Track Data Warehouse solution, 553–554 GROUP BY extensions, 561 loading data into, 5–6 loading dimension using SCD, 545–546 managing data attributes. See SCD (Slowly Changing Dimension) transformation MERGE statement, 559–561 need for, 536–538 overview of, 536 Parallel Data Warehouse solution, 554–557 partitioned table parallelism, 564–565 snowflake model, 548–549 Index 683 SQL Server 2008 R2 editions, 551–552 SQL Server 2008 R2 enhancements, 557 SQL Server 2008 R2 solutions, 552 star join query processing, 562 star schema, 547–548 summary, 566 top-down design, 538 database-level roles applying access control with user-defined roles, 283 exercise using roles for granular access control, 287 exercise using to assign execute permissions to packages, 285–287 permissions and, 282–283 server storage and, 50 databases attaching Campaign database (for exercises in this book) to SQL Server 2008, 674 backing up. See Back Up Database task checking integrity of. See Check Database Integrity task cleaning up backup or maintenance report files. See Maintenance Cleanup task normalization of data, 419–420 Pivot transformation, 421–424 running T-SQL statements against. See Execute T-SQL Statement task shrinking. See Shrink Database task transferring from source SQL Server to destination SQL Server. See Transfer Database task Unpivot transformation, 427–428 Datacenter Edition, SQL Server 2008 editions, 17 DataReader destination data flow and, 358 using SSIS package as data source, 8 date data types, 14 date/time functions in Expression Builder, 104 performing derivations on input column data, 383 DBCC CHECKDB, T-SQL statement, 213–214 DBCC SHRINKDATABASE, T-SQL statement, 222 db_ssisadmin role, 282–283 db_ssisltduser role, 282 db_ssisoperator role exercise assigning execute permissions to packages, 285–287 overview of, 282 DCOM (Distributed COM) Message Queuing DCOM Proxy, 172 permissions for accessing packages on remote servers, 229 debugging. See also troubleshooting packages configurable debugging features, 634 default debugging features, 632–633 enhancements to, 14 package configurations, 575–576 Script component, 530–533 Script task, 501–503 decision support system (DSS), 537 default debugging features, 632–633 default settings, package management, 227 degenerate dimensions, in dimensional modeling, 545 DEL, deleting packages with dtutil utility, 240 delimited file formats. See also CSV (comma-separated value), 73 deploying packages custom deployment, 592–594 direct and indirect configurations, 577–578 exercise assigning values to and debugging package configurations, 575–576 exercise building projects, 591 exercise configuring project properties, 590 exercise creating computer-specific package configuration, 579–582 exercise creating indirect package configuration, 583–585 exercise deploying and executing the package, 586 exercise enabling and adding package configurations, 572–575 exercise installing and running project package, 591–592 exercise setting up environment variable as pointer to configuration file, 582 exercise using property expressions to update exported properties, 582–583 overview of, 10, 568 package configurations and, 568–570 Parent Package Variable configuration type, 571 project deployment, 589 Registry Entry configuration type, 571 setting up deployment utility, 587–588 SQLServer configuration type, 571–572 steps in creating indirect configurations, 578–579 summary, 592–594 XML Configuration File, 570–571 deployment utility overview of, 587–588 properties for controlling project deployment, 588 DeploymentOutputPath property, deployment utility, 588 Derived Column transformation exercise using, 406–407 as row transformation, 382–385 for standardization of data, 6 design, data warehouses bottom-up, 539 top-down, 538 designer, SSIS. See SSIS Designer destinations, data flow ADO.NET destination, 357 bringing data into data flows and, 340–341 configuring Script component as, 525–526 as data flow component, 335–336 data mining model training destination, 357–358 DataReader destination, 358 dimension processing destination, 358–360 Excel destination, 360 exercise adding flat files as, 370–372 684 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services destinations, data flow (cont.) exercise writing asynchronous output to nonstandard text file, 528–529 exercise writing synchronous output to CSV file, 526–528 Flat File destination, 360–361 OLE DB destination, 361–363 overview of, 355–357 partition processing destination, 363 raw file destination, 364–365 recordset destination, 365 Script component destination, 365 SQL Server Import and Export Wizard, 46–49 SQLServer Compact destination, 365–366 SQLServer destination, 366–367 Developer Edition, SQL Server 2008 editions, 17 Diff operations, comparing XML documents, 164–165 digital certificates digitally signing packages, 270–271 package security features, 7–8 dimension hierarchies, in dimensional modeling, 543–544 dimension members, in dimensional modeling, 543 Dimension Processing destination data flow and, 358–360 data warehousing and, 5 dimension tables, in dimensional modeling, 439 dimensional modeling dimension tables, 439 dimension types, 544–545 dimensions, 543–544 fact tables, 439, 542–543 loading dimensions using SCD, 545–546 measures, 543 overview of, 542 dimensions in dimensional modeling, 543–544 loading using SCD, 545–546 types of, 544–545 direct package configurations, 577–578 directories Active Directory, 172 exercise creating, 95–99 performing operations on using File System tasks, 155 Directory Service Integration, 172 Distributed COM (DCOM) Message Queuing DCOM Proxy, 172 permissions for accessing packages on remote servers, 229 distributed independent data marts, 540–541 Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF), 196 DML operations, 559 DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force), 196 DMX prediction queries business intelligence operations, 352 Data Mining Query transformation, 455–456 Document Type Definition (DTD), 163 DPAPI (Data Protection API), 272 DSS (decision support system), 537 DTD (Document Type Definition), 163 DTExec utility command sourcing phase, 251 configuration phase, 252–255 overview of, 250–251 package load phase, 251–252 validation and execution phase, 256 DTExecUI (Execute Package Utility) exercise running package with, 246–249 overview, 245 review, 249–250 DTS 2000 package migration embedding DTS 2000 packages in SSIS packages, 609–610 Execute DTS 2000 Package task, 610 exercise configuring Execute DTS 2000 Package task, 610–614 exercise editing and executing DTS 2000 package, 607–609 exercise enumerating and importing DTS 2000 package, 605–607 exercise executing migrated package, 621–622 exercise using Package Migration Wizard, 618–621 exercise using Upgrade Advisor for analyzing, 597–599 installing Dts support components, 601–604 mapping DTS services to SSIS, 615–617 options for, 600–601 Package Migration Wizard and, 614, 617 running DTS 2000 packages as-is with run-time support, 604 Dts (Data Transformation Services) ActiveX Script task for extending, 484, 486–487 comparing SSIS to, 270 connecting to SSIS and managing Dts packages, 37–39 legacy support, 10 limitations in package deployment, 568 run time, 602 SQL Server 2008 and, 14–15 upgrading from, 27 Dts Designer Components, 602, 607–608 Dts object, properties and methods of, 495–496 Dts Package Migration Wizard, 601 DtsDebugHost, 245 DTSInstall.exe, installing packages with, 591–592 DTSWizard.exe, starting SQL Server Import and Export Wizard, 43 dtutil utility copying packages, 238–239 creating folders, 242 deleting folders, 243–244 deleting packages, 240 /Dump option, 14 encrypting packages, 241 importing and exporting packages, 233 listing folder contents, 242 moving packages, 239 overview, 235–236 renaming folders, 243 Index 685 signing packages, 240–241 verifying existence of packages, 237–238 Dump errorcode option, DTExec utility, 256 Dump option, dtutil utility, 14 DumpOnError option, DTExec utility, 256 Dynamic Properties task, mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 E editions, SQL Server 2008, 15–17 EDW (Enterprise Data Warehouse), 539–540 embedding DTS 2000 packages, in SSIS packages, 609–610 encryption with dtutil utility, 241 exercise encrypting all information with package password, 280–281 exercise encrypting sensitive information with package password, 277–279 exercises encrypting all information with user key, 279–280 exercises encrypting sensitive information with user key, 275–276 package security features, 7–8 ProtectionLevel property options, 272–273 of sensitive data, 49–50 Engine Threads property, parallel processing, 670 Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), 539–540 Enterprise Edition, SQL Server 2008 editions, 17 entities, in ER modeling, 541 enumerators, Foreach Loops, 112–113 environment variable exercise setting up as pointer to package configuration file, 582 types of package configurations, 571 ER (entity-relationship) modeling, 541–542 error events, scripting, 503 Error List window BIDS windows, 35 default debugging features, 633 error messages, transferring between SQL Servers. See Transfer Error Messages task error output ADO.NET source, 344 data flow paths and, 639 Excel source, 346 interface for data flow, 337 types of errors and, 339–340 ETL (extracting, transforming, loading) tools data consolidation with, 42 Data Flow task and, 137 data management and, 2–3 EvalExpression, For Loops and, 124 EvalOp property, constraint options, 100 event handlers exercise working with, 325–328 handling events at package run time, 323–325 scripting events and, 503 types of objects in SSIS packages, 71 Event Handlers tab, BIDS SSIS Designer, 34, 111, 324 events handling at package run time, 323–325 logging, 298 raising with scripts, 503–504, 530–532 Excel data source options for SQL Server Import and Export Wizard, 43 data sources, 345–346 destination in data flow, 360 exercise converting Excel data and combining with flat files, 403–405 exercise using Pivot transformation, 421–424 Excel Connection Manager, 76–77, 345 executables, precedence executable, 99–100 Execute DTS 2000 Package task as backward compatibility task, 141 exercise configuring Execute DTS 2000 Package task, 610–614 overview of, 610 Execute Package task control flow tasks, 187–188 embedding DTS 2000 packages in SSIS packages, 609–610 mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 transactions and, 301 as workflow task, 138 as wrapper for using packages within packages, 308 Execute Package Utility. See DTExecUI (Execute Package Utility) Execute Process task calling batch files with, 152–154 control flow tasks, 148 mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 as workflow task, 138 Execute SQL Server Agent Job task as control flow task, 214–215 as maintenance task, 140 Execute SQL task configuring for contacts email campaign, 115–118 for deleting monthly records, 127–130 exercise configuring, 90–92 expressions page, 168 general section, 166–168 mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 overview of, 165–166 parameter mapping page, 168 result set page, 168 as SQL Server task, 138 SQL statements and, 387 Execute T-SQL Statement task compared with Execute SQL task, 166 control flow tasks, 215–216 as maintenance task, 140 execution trees, as performance monitoring tool, 662–663 ExecutionLog file, 665–668 Export Column transformation, as row transformation, 385–386 Express Edition, SQL Server 2008 editions, 15 686 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services Expression Builder building expressions with, 103 functions and operators, 104–105 expression field, constraint options, 101 expressions building, 103–104 evaluating, 104, 106 exercise building property expressions for mailing opportunities packages, 318–323 exercise using to update exported properties, 582–583 exercise using to update properties at run time, 105–107 functions and operators, 104–105 uses of, 102 variables and, 317–318 external metadata, interface for data flow, 336 extracting, transforming, loading (ETL) tools data consolidation with, 42 Data Flow task and, 137 data management and, 2–3 F fact tables, in dimensional modeling, 439, 542–543 fast parsing converting source data to SSIS data types, 338–339 Flat File source, 347 Fast Track Data Warehouse solution, in SQL Server 2008 R2, 553–554 FC, creating folders with dtutil utility, 242 FDe, deleting folders with dtutil utility, 243 FDi, showing directory contents in dtutil utility, 242 File Connection Manager, 77–78 File System folder, as root-level folders, 230 File System task archiving downloaded files, 158–160 configuring with hard-coded values, 105 control flow tasks, 155–156 creating folder using, 96–97 as data preparation task, 137 user-defined variable for passing folder path to, 97–99 File Transfer Protocol task, mapping Dts services to SSIS, 615 files/file system default settings, 227 delimited file formats, 73 exercise archiving downloaded files, 156–160 exercise downloading zipped files from FTP server, 144–148 exercise expanding zipped files, 149–154 exercise importing expanded files. See importing expanded zip files fixed width file formats, 73 performing operations on using File System tasks, 155 ragged right file formats, 74 saving packages to, 290 fixed attribute, attribute change types in SCD Wizard, 441, 546 fixed database-level roles. See database-level roles fixed width file formats, 73 Flat Buffer Memory, performance counters, 660 Flat Buffers In Use, performance counters, 660 Flat File Connection Manager, 78 Flat File source, 44 flat files data sources, 346–348 destination in data flow, 360–361 exercise adding as data flow destination, 370–372 importing data from flat file into SQL Server, 169 flat files, importing into SQL Server 2008 column and row options, 45–46 data source selection, 43–44 destination options (new database), 46–49 mapping options, 49 report on steps in import process, 50–51 security options, 49–50 folders. See also files/file system adding root-level folder to stored packages, 232–233 creating with dtutil, 242 deleting with dtutil, 243–244 exercise creating directory folder, 95–99 listing folder contents with dtutil, 242 renaming with dtutil, 243 SSIS service folder structure, 230 For Loops applying repeating logic to units of work, 7 checkpoints and, 313 container, 123–126 Foreach ADO enumerator, 119–120 Foreach Loops adding for contacts email campaign, 119–120 applying repeating logic to units of work, 7 archiving downloaded files, 156–158 checkpoints and, 313 enumerating multiple zipped files, 150–152 using Execute Process task inside, 152–154 FR, renaming folders with dtutil utility, 243 FTP Connection Manager configuring, 145 connecting FTP Task Editor to FTP server, 143 overview of, 78 FTP task configuring, 143 configuring for downloading zipped files, 144–147 as data preparation task, 137 exercise downloading zipped files from FTP server, 144–148 file transfer operations, 142 full outer joins, T-SQL, 392 functional dependency profile, multiple-column profiles, 65 functions in Expression Builder, 104–105 performing derivations on input column data, 384 Fuzzy Grouping transformations Advanced tab, 462–463 Columns tab, 462 Index 687 Connection Manager tab, 461–462 exercise removing duplicates by Fuzzy Grouping, 474–478 overview of, 460–461 Fuzzy Lookup transformations Advanced tab, 466 Columns tab, 465 considerations before running, 467 exercise removing fuzzy duplicates, 472–474 operations for standardization of data, 6 overview of, 463–464 Reference Table tab, 464–465 G GAC (global assembly cache), 485 GROUP BY as Aggregate transformation, 429–430 data warehouse enhancements in SQL Server 2008 R2, 561 exercise aggregating sales orders, 431–433 GROUPING SETS, 561 GUI (graphical user interface) for package management, 226 for Script task, 489–492 in SQL Server Management Studio, 229 H handshake, scripting functionality for in data warehousing scenario, 488–492 hardware, Parallel Data Warehouse, 554–556 historical attribute attribute change types in SCD Wizard, 442, 546 configuring SCD transformation, 451–452 historical data, archiving, 657 History Cleanup task as control flow task, 216–217 as maintenance task, 140 HTTP Connection Manager, 78, 160 HTTP, Message Queuing service supporting, 172 hub-and-spoke architecture, Parallel Data Warehouse, 556–557 I Import Column transformation, as row transformation, 386 importing and exporting packages, 233–235 importing expanded zip files building expanded files package, 179–186 configuring Archiving Downloaded Files to send filenames, 175–179 installing Message Queuing service, 174–175 method, 173–174 overview of, 173 review, 186–187 indexes partition-aligned indexed views, 564–565 rebuilding. See Rebuild Index task reorganizing. See Reorganize Index task indirect package configurations exercise creating, 583–585 overview of, 577–578 steps in creating, 578–579 inferred member updates output attribute change types in SCD Wizard, 442–443 configuring SCD transformation, 450 informational messages, raising with scripts, 530 InitExpression, For Loops and, 123 Inmon, Bill, 538 inner joins, T-SQL, 392 input interface for data flow, 336–337 SQL Server Import and Export Wizard, 60–62 Input section, XML task, 162 installing project package, 591–592 installing SSIS from command prompt, 25–26 overview, 21 side by side install with earlier versions of SSIS or Dts, 26–27 upgrade installation, 27–28 using installation wizard on clean system, 22–25 interfaces, data flow error output interface, 337 external metadata interface, 336 input interface, 336–337 output interface, 337 overview of, 335–336 J jobs, SQL Server Agent cleaning up job history. See History Cleanup task copying jobs. See Transfer Job task creating and adding package to, 257–258 executing. See Execute SQL Server Agent Job task review of job automation process, 265–266 scheduling, 258–261 using proxy account to run jobs, 261–264 viewing job history, 264–265 join transformations. See split and join transformations junk dimensions, in dimensional modeling, 544 K Kimball, Ralph, 539 L left outer joins, T-SQL, 392 legacy support, 10, 605–607 LOB (line of business) applications, 536 Locals window BIDS windows, 36 default debugging features, 633 . solution, 554–557 partitioned table parallelism, 564–565 snowflake model, 548–549 Index 683 SQL Server 2008 R2 editions, 551–552 SQL Server 2008 R2 enhancements, 557 SQL Server 2008 R2 solutions,. transformation, as row transformation, 385–386 Express Edition, SQL Server 2008 editions, 15 686 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services Expression Builder building expressions with,. 678 Hands-On Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services architecture, SSIS data flow, 20, 644–645 engines for managing
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