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SSRS 2008 - Transferring New Data Only within my Package

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Hi,

I am creating an SSRS package to copy data from 1 source DB to a target DB on a daily basis.

Data is loaded into the source DB on a daily basis via an ETL tool. I then need to subsequently transfer that 'new daily data' only to the target database.

Q. How do I ONLY select the new 'daily' data within my SSRS package, so that duplicate data is not transferred also.

Note, the package contains 30-40 tables, and each of the tables have a TimeStamp field.

Thank you.

Iain
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I believe you are talking about SSIS packages and if that is true then you should use a source query instead of the each 30/40 tables as input and filter source data by the timestamp column.
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