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SSIS Package Transaction Integrity

Posted on 2006-11-07
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1) I created many data flow task packages.

2) Then a execute package task in which I ordered relationally execute above data flow packages.

3) What I find is when a package fails, it is rolled back, execution stops but not the packages before this failed one.

4) What to do to rollback all in case of error and commit only if all are successfully executed?
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I'm not sure, but I think this beats the design objective... to me, a package is standalone, if it ran successfully, I wouldn't want it to roll back... so all the logic that needs the success/failure should be in one package... this way you can pickup from where you stopped, this is the only way to go when you do a few GB data load daily!
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There are execute package task and data flow task level transaction attributes & we tried them but we failed. Can you please post the exact name of these attributes and values to fix for them. Right now, each data flow task is event handled with suitable truncate table script for OnError.
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