Ssis updating database
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I built this on SQL Server 2014 however it should run on versions beginning from 2008 – current.
The SQL Script below will navigate into a source directory on the file system where the backups are stored and restores the latest full back up to a destination database that is a variable within the script. You will need to change the script below with your variables for the file location.
If no errors, then click Advanced in the left menu.
Change On Success Action to Quit the job reporting success.
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If you have read some of my previous articles (What is causing database slowdowns or Simple SQL Server automated user auditing), you will know I am a big proponent of automating repeatable tasks.I usually change this to SA or a user with SA but that is up to you. Click on the New button in the lower portion of the screen.When the New screen opens, give the step a name in Step Name, paste the modified script from above then click on Parse to test the script.One thing I like to do on all jobs I create is to create an audit log so if there are failures or issues they will be captured in a text file on the file system.So complete the Output file section as I have below.
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In addition to this, I have created an audit log to capture job activity each time the job runs which I generally use if the job fails to help troubleshoot.