Generating Task Factory Dynamics CRM Loads With Biml

Meagan Longoria shows how to use Biml to generate SSIS packages which use the Task Factory Dynamics CRM source:

I recently worked on a project where a client wanted to use Biml to create SSIS packages to stage data from Dynamics 365 CRM. My first attempt using a script component had an error, which I think is related to a bug in the Biml engine with how it currently generates script components, so I had to find a different way to accomplish my goal. (If you have run into this issue with Biml, please comment so I know it’s not just me! I have yet to get Varigence to confirm it.) This client owned the Pragmatic Works Task Factory, so we used the Dynamics CRM source to retrieve data.

Meagan has the code as well as some important notes, so read the whole thing.

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