130075.zip You’ve developed a SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) package but a problem occurs during its execution process. What do you do? If the tasks prior to the point of failure take a long time to execute, you hardly want to repeat them each time you execute the package as you’re troubleshooting or even after you’ve found and corrected the problem. Fortunately, SSIS in SQL Server 2005 and later includes a feature called checkpoints, which lets you restart ...
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