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This is the blog of Jamie Thomson, a freelance data mangler in London

sp_ssiscatalog v1.0.1.0 now available for download

13 days ago I wrote a blog post entitled Introducing sp_ssiscatalog (v1.0.0.0) in which I first made mention of sp_ssiscatalog, an open source stored procedure intended to make it easy to query the SSIS Catalog. I have been working on some enhancements since then and hence v1.0.1.0 is now available for download from Codeplex.

What’s new in this release

This release includes the following enhancements:

  • [execution_id] now gets returned in a call to

    EXEC [dbo].[sp_ssiscatalog] @operation_type='exec';



  • Filter events by specifying packages to ignore
    EXEC [dbo].[sp_ssiscatalog] @operation_type='exec',@exec_events_packagesexcluded='SomePackage.dtsx,AnotherPackage.dtsx';

  • [event_message_id] is now returned in a list of events

  • List of executions can now be filtered via a minimum and maximum execution_id

    EXEC [dbo].[sp_ssiscatalog] @operation_type='execs',@execs_minimum_execution_id=198,@execs_maximum_execution_id=201



  • Events resultsets now have a field, [event_message_context_xml] that contains an XML document containing all [event_message_context] info (if any exists)


Installation instructions

  1. Download the zip file at DB v1.0.1.0. It contains two files, SsisReportingPack.dacpac & SSISDB.dacpac
  2. Unzip to a folder of your choosing
  3. Open a command prompt and change to the directory into which you unzipped the files
  4. Execute:
  • "%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Microsoft SQL Server\110\DAC\bin\sqlpackage.exe" /a:Publish /tdn:SsisReportingPack /sf:SSISReportingPack.dacpac /v:SSISDB=SSISDB /tsn:(local)
    (/tsn specifies the target server. Change as appropriate.)

If everything works OK you’ll see something like the following:

image

or

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depending on whether the target database already exists or not

This will create a database called [SsisReportingPack] which contains [dbo].[sp_ssiscatalog]

Feedback is welcomed!

@Jamiet

Published Tuesday, November 20, 2012 10:42 PM by jamiet

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