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SSIS switchboard/menu/dashboard ... ?

SSIS switchboard/menu/dashboard ... ?

SSIS switchboard/menu/dashboard ... ?

I'm working on an application that will have about a dozen SSIS packages. These will be run manually on different days and times.

What are the options for putting these onto one screen with 12 buttons (1 per package) that can be clicked to launch the package?


RE: SSIS switchboard/menu/dashboard ... ?

Thats just a straight winform (or web based) interface that you will have to build yourself

Nothing on plain SSIS to do that.

If they can run on their own without intervention then a SQL Server agent job probably the best for you


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SysSoft Integrated Ltd

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RE: SSIS switchboard/menu/dashboard ... ?

Thanks for the post, Frederico.

What project or template type do I need in Visual Studio to create a winform?

Is Visual Basic or Visual C# required? They do not seem to be installed on my VS.


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