Continuous Integration And Building SSIS Projects

Koos van Strien gives us three methods for building SSIS projects:

First things first

First, set your expectations: you won’t create a one-size-fits-all build task that will build all your project types. Instead, you will split up your builds by project type – essentially just as described in Continuous Integration for BI in VSTS: Splitting Build Steps by Project Type.

Building SSIS projects

With folder and solution structure in place, we’ll explore three ways to build SSIS projects:

  • SSISBuild / SSISDeploy

  • Just-for-build SSIS projects

  • “Build” inside PowerShell

It’s a good post, so check it out if you’re looking at automating SSIS project deployments.

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