In your SSIS packages, if you need to read from or write to Oracle likely that you most probably hit some Oracle Client related configuration issues. ORACLE_HOME, PATH environmental variables etc. Sometimes you may see a machine needs to run SSIS packages and you see that an Oracle Client is installed but you don’t know […]Read More → SSIS: How to know if the installed Oracle Client is 32bit or 64bit on your SSIS machine
As you know an SSIS package is an XML content regardless if you’re storing your SSIS package in file system (as a .dtsx file) or storing your SSIS package in MSDB (then your XML content inserted into sysdtspackages or sysdtspackages90 tables in MSDB) Of course this XML content has its own schema and the SSIS […]Read More → Why “Package Load error 0xC0010014 in CPackage::LoadFromXML” error appears while trying to run an SSIS Package ?
One of our customers was saying that their SSIS Project with some complex “Data Flow Task”s with lots of Lookup Transformations was opening very slowly in BIDS (“Business Intelligence Development Studio”) or I don’t know if I should say “Visual Studio” … The very first thing that I check was “validation” part. As you know, […]Read More → Why my BIDS is slow in design mode ?
It has been reported by one of our customers that they have developed an SSIS package which needs to connect to an FTP Server on their internal network to download some files and take some data from the files to put it into some destination like a SQL Server table after doing some conversions/calculations […]Read More → Why my FTP Connection Manager is not connecting to my FTP Server inside SQL Server 2005/2008 Integration Services Package ?