Drawing SSIS Packages

Bartosz Ratajczyk continues a quest to draw SSIS packages as SVGs:

To get the Value and Expression properties I need to find the precedence constraint in the .dtsx file during the XSL transformations. It requires three changes in the package2svg.xsl:

– I have to pass the name of the .dtsx file
– I have to read the XML from the .dtsx file
– I have to use the DTS namespace because it’s the namespace of the .dtsx file

Read on for more. Bartosz to this point has covered the control flow.

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