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Andy Leonard, Building Custom Tasks for SQL Server Integration Services, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2940-8_2

2. Creating the Assembly

Andy Leonard

(1)Farmville, Virginia, USA

Creating a custom SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services) task begins with creating a .Net assembly. We engage in nonstandard practices because we are creating a control that will eventually be used in Visual Studio projects.

In this chapter we take steps to establish the foundation of our project while considering the following steps. The very first step is how we open Visual Studio IDE (Integrated Development Environment).

Opening Visual Studio IDE

I can hear you thinking, “Hold on a minute, Andy. Do you propose to start by telling us how to open Visual Studio?

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