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SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is a next generation data integration platform that can integrate data from any source. SSIS provides a scalable and extensible platform that empowers development teams to build, manage, and deploy integration solutions to meet unique integration needs.

This project contains Integration Services samples released with Microsoft SQL Server product. These samples are in the following two categories: Package Samples and Programming Samples. If you are interested in contributing Integration Services samples, please let us know by posting in the developers' forum.

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See Also

For information about how to use CodePlex to access SQL Server samples, click here.
For release notes and brief descriptions of all the sample databases and code, including restrictions on SQL Express and Vista, click here.
For recent Integration Services downloads, samples, articles, videos and more from Microsoft and the community, see the Integration Services (SSIS) site.

SSIS Tools

Package Configuration File Editor identifies package configuration file (.dtsConfig) paths that are not valid and enables you to correct the paths without having to open the package in Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS).
Package Property Editor enables you to modify data flow properties for 2008 and 2008 R2 packages without having to open the package in Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS). You can load packages that are stored in SQL Server or in a file system.

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Package Samples

Sample SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2008 & SQL Server 2008R2
AWDataWarehouseRefresh Package Sample SS2005 SS2008
Calculated Columns Package Sample SS2005 SS2008
Capture Data Lineage Package Sample SS2005 SS2008
Change Data Capture for Specified Interval Package Sample n/a SS2008
Change Data Capture since Last Request Package Sample n/a SS2008
Data Cleaning Sample Package SS2005 SS2008
Execute Process Package Sample SS2005 SS2008
Execute SQL Statements in a Loop Sample Package SS2005 SS2008
ExecuteSQLParametersResultSets Sample n/a SS2008
Lookup Transformation Sample n/a SS2008
Process XML Data Package Sample SS2005 SS2008
SMO Tables DBCC SS2005 SS2008
Synchronizing Adventure Works DW Partitions SS2005 SS2008



Programming Samples » Control Flow

Sample SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2008 & SQL Server 2008R2
Create DataFlow Package Sample SS2005 SS2008
Creating a Custom Connection Manager Sample SS2005 SS2008
Creating a Custom Increment Task Sample SS2005 SS2008
EmailLogProvider Sample SS2005 SS2008
Excel2 Custom Connection Manager Sample SS2005 SS2008
ForEachDirectory Sample SS2005 SS2008
ForEachSmoEnumerator Sample SS2005 n/a
HtmlLogProvider Sample SS2005 SS2008


Programming Samples » Data Flow

Sample SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2008 & SQL Server 2008R2
ADO Source Component Sample SS2005 SS2008
Change Case Component Sample SS2005 SS2008
DatasetDestination Component Sample SS2005 SS2008
Remove Duplicates Component Sample SS2005 SS2008
Remove Duplicates with UI Component Sample SS2005 SS2008


Tutorials

Sample SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2008 & SQL Server 2008R2
Creating a Basic Package Tutorial: Lesson Packages SS2005 SS2008
Deploying Packages Tutorial: Lesson Packages SS2005 SS2008
Exporting ODBC to Flat File n/a SS2008
Creating a Simple ETL Package SS2005 SS2008



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