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Continue Package Execution After Error in SSIS

When it comes to ETL, I’m a pessimist.  Until proven otherwise, I assume that all data is bad, all connections are volatile, and all transformation logic is suspect.  As such, I spent a lot of time addressing how to prepare for and handle errors in the ETL pipeline with SSIS.  Building packages to expect and properly handle errors is a…

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Change Tracking for Data Warehouse Loads (Webinar)

For data warehouse professionals, data change detection is is a central part of what we do. Accurately detecting new, changed, and deleted records means the difference between doing an expensive truncate-and-reload operation versus a smaller, faster incremental load. SQL Server change tracking, a feature first introduced in SQL Server 2008, allows detection of changed data – including inserts, updates, and…

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