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This guide provides a detailed understanding of how tasks are designed by way of an example as well as describing the nuts and bolts that are used in configuring them. A majority of SSIS tasks are covered in this book and they are described fully in the summary of table contents section. This book is written for beginners in the developer track who are looking to get an exposure to SQL Server Integration Services; DBA's who are testing water with the Visual Studio IDE but without a wide programming experience; SQL 2000 Data Transformation Services users who are trying to move into SQL Server 2005 Integration Services; Microsoft programming professionals in Small Businesses who wear multiple hats (jack of all) - developer, programmer, and dba with a little bit of experience in each of these. It is expected that you know how to manipulate window objects, like clicking; dragging and dropping; using contextual help, tabbing, etc. It is also expected that you are exposed to SQL Server database basics and that you understand connecting to a database server; querying the database; reviewing objects; displaying and reviewing properties of objects, etc. Very little coding skill is assumed except that you can logically follow a fully commented code.This book is ideal for trainers who may want to teach an introductory course in SQL Server Integration Services or, to those who want to study and learn SSIS in a little over two weeks.
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Christopher James Lester (born 27 October 1994) is a Northern Irish professional footballer who last played for Bolton Wanderers in the Championship as a midfielder.
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