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Paul Turley , Hitachi Consulting , Joe Kaspizak , Scott Cameron , Satoshi Iizuka , Pablo Guzman
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June 23 2007 0735624054 978-0735624054 1

Teach yourself the fundamentals of SQL Server Integration Services—one step at a time. This practical, learn-by-doing tutorial delivers the guidance you need to transform and consolidate data—and build solutions that support your business intelligence needs.

Discover how to:

  • Design and execute packages that transform data between files and relational databases
  • Configure connection managers to access other data sources
  • Create data flows that alter, split, match, and merge data
  • Develop event-handlers and monitor package performance
  • Encrypt sensitive information and control access to packages
  • Customize script code to automate Control Flow and Data Flow tasks
  • Debug, troubleshoot, and optimize packages

CD features:

  • All practice exercises
  • Sample databases
  • Fully searchable eBook

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Paul Turley, Joe Kasprzak, Scott Cameron, Satoshi Iizuka, and Pablo Guzman are each business intelligence experts who work for Hitachi Consulting.

Hitachi Consulting, a division of Hitachi Ltd., is a global business and IT consulting firm serving Fortune 2000 companies. It is a leader in developing corporate training and custom solutions for Reporting Services

Paul Turley, Joe Kasprzak, Scott Cameron, Satoshi Iizuka, and Pablo Guzman are each business intelligence experts who work for Hitachi Consulting.

Paul Turley, Joe Kasprzak, Scott Cameron, Satoshi Iizuka, and Pablo Guzman are each business intelligence experts who work for Hitachi Consulting.

Paul Turley, Joe Kasprzak, Scott Cameron, Satoshi Iizuka, and Pablo Guzman are each business intelligence experts who work for Hitachi Consulting.

Paul Turley, Joe Kasprzak, Scott Cameron, Satoshi Iizuka, and Pablo Guzman are each business intelligence experts who work for Hitachi Consulting.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Great to ramp up very quickly Jan. 3 2009
Format:Paperback
The Microsoft Press Ste-by-Step series always meets my expectations to ramp up quickly and get exposure to advanced topics. This book will not only provide working examples but will also provide insights for those looking to optimize their SSIS packages. I particularly enjoyed the architect related information.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Book not thoroughly reviewed! May 7 2008
By FCG - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I agree witht the previous readers that the book was hastely done without any thought for quality! A lot of examples from the book differ drastically with the examples in the cd.(and even with the electronic copy of the book that came w/ the cd!)

I tried to salvage the situation by visiting MS Press for some errata announcements, but i was even more confused in the web-maze that they hyperlinked me to.... to no avail (surprise, surprise!)

If you have a limited budget on reference books... dont buy this one.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It was not that bad at all Oct. 11 2007
By Akash Aggarwal - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
if you are a first time visitor to SSIS, I think its a good book. It could definitely have been better but if you need to really practice on real life scenarious, it covers them well. There might be some instructions here and there which do not exactly mirror to the latest version and not sure if those were typos vs beta version but since the SSIS interface is so intuitive it's not as bad and this book really gets you upto speed in very short time.
If you are a totally new to the SSIS world, I would recommend it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Review of Step By Step Dec 28 2007
By K. Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I found this book to be quite informative. Given that I am a first timer to SSIS, there were some useful examples. There could have been more substance around the Datawarehousing part of the book. The examples provided on the CD were shockingly packaged. There were files missing and incorrect CD's. This is disappointing given that I bought this book because it was a Microsoft Press publishing.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great SQL Server Integration Services book for beginners Oct. 23 2007
By Yue Jiang - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I have a project to create a data warehouse, ETL the data and report from the new data warehouse. I have no SQL server 2005 experience at all. But after I read this book and follow the book step by step. I was able to create my DW ETL data to corresponding DIM and Fact tables and created my reports from my DW correctly without any problem. This book has very clear concepts and very practical steps. If you like to learn-by-doing on SSIS. This is the book does it all.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly Reviewed July 8 2009
By S. Reich - Published on Amazon.com
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This book and CD are full of mistakes. It makes some of the excercises seem worthless without tweaking. The book also gives many step by step labs that do not explain why you are doing what you are doing. Initial lessons before the labs are fair at best.
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