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Hi All, I have many Data Flow Ta

Hi All, I have many Data Flow Ta

Hi All, I have many Data Flow Ta

Hi All,

I have many Data Flow Tasks that are running sequentially, i need to know if there is a way that i can make them run concurrently(Same time)

Thank you

RE: Hi All, I have many Data Flow Ta

are they all in teh same package?
If so, simply remove your precedence constraints and they will run in parallel

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RE: Hi All, I have many Data Flow Ta

Thank you!!

RE: Hi All, I have many Data Flow Ta

Becareful with a few things. Firstly locking - make sure you arent trying to use the same tables.

Secondly - loading them all together may not be quicker. For instance your hard disk will be skipping backwards and forwards between table writes (if you write to tables).

I always think its better to have a happy medium.



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