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Send SSIS Status upon Completion

Send SSIS Status upon Completion

Send SSIS Status upon Completion

I am using SSIS to transfer information to PeopleSoft. My issue is that after an upgrade to SQL Server 2014 as well as hardware/software upgrades, PeopleSoft is very fast. In most circumstances that would be great however I have an issue with some SSIS interfaces not finishing before PeopleSoft executes subsequent steps. For example, I have a package that moves data into PeopleSoft and then PeopleSoft creates a journal entry based off the data. PeopleSoft is creating the journal entry before the package is finished so it is empty.

The SSIS package and subsequent steps are fired within PeopleSoft via an SQR and Stored Procedure. I have attempted to execute the subsequent SQR's inside the package and that will not work. What I need is to send a "status" back to the stored procedure that the package is complete but not sure how to do this. I would then pass the status back to PeopleSoft and write a while loop in the SQR to wait until the status = complete.

Any thoughts? I have 17 packages so a solution is definitely critical. (My work around is that I am running the package first inside Visual Studio and then one by one running the subsequent steps and we get 100% success so I know the issues is PeopleSoft/SQR needs to wait for the package to finish.



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