BimlExpress 2019

Cathrine Wilhelmsen digs into BimlExpress 2019:

This is the first major BimlExpress release this year, called the R1 release. There are no new features in this release, but BimlExpress now supports both Visual Studio 2019 and SSIS 2019!

While there are no new features in this release of BimlExpress, there are two changes to Visual Studio that you should be aware of as a Biml developer.

Read on to see what those two changes are.

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