13 Nov 2010 23:03
In SSIS for SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 when you delete something from the design surface it is gone. The only real way of getting the deleted item(s) back is to revert to a previous version of the package or to redo the deleted items manually. Neither of these options is particularly great. I have made this mistake before and cursed not having CTL+Z and CTL+Y. Denali changes this. We can now undo and redo. Very very welcome. Well done, finally, the SSIS team.
11 Nov 2010 22:31
For years Analysis Services has had the ability to take an existing database from a server and reverse engineer it into a BIDS project. This is extremely useful when all you have is the running instance of the database and the project that created it has long since disappeared. Reverse engineering has never been a feature of SSIS until now. Let me walk you through the simple steps. The first step is that you obviously have to have a project deployed to an SSIS Catalog. I will do a video on this soon but in case you can’t wait then my good buddy Jamie Thomson has written it ... [More]