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SQL Server 2012 Integration Services Design Patterns by Michelle Ufford, Matt Masson, Jessica M. Moss, Andy Leonard, Tim Mitchell

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CHAPTER 16

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Parent-Child Patterns

In earlier versions of Integration Services, the data movement platform did not include a management framework, which is the implementation of the execution, logging, and deployment of the Integration Services packages. To try to fill this hole, developers created their own management framework to use in their organizations. As with any custom solution, the management framework needed to be cared for and upgraded when new versions or new packages were introduced into the system.

Previous chapters have covered ETL instrumentation, focusing on metadata collection and validation. The metadata discussed include key ...

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