Querying SSISDB For Errors

Kevin Hill shows us two ways to get at error messages in Integration Services packages running in the SSIS Catalog:

My client makes extensive use of SSIS and deploys the packages to the Integration Services Catalog (ISC), and runs them via hundreds of jobs.
When one of the jobs fail, I have to go get the details.
Job History doesn’t have it.

I’d recommend the query route if you have to do this more than once or twice.

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