Simplifying Imported Biml

Kevin Feasel

2019-05-23

Biml

David Stein takes us through an example of what imported Biml looks like and how you can make it better:

This post is part of a series, Short Cuts to Biml Mastery which shows you how to learn BimlScript through a series of short cuts and remain productive while doing so. In the previous article, I covered how to import existing packages into Biml using BimlExpress. In this article, we’ll examine that Biml and simplify it in preparation for automation. If you’ve been reading along in this series, you’ll remember that we started with a single SSIS package which extracts data from a SQL source and creates a CSV file with quote identifiers. 

Read on to see the example and David’s first steps toward improving it.

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