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Hi Everyone,

In my company we have a existing server 2014 on which our datawarehouse is located. Now we are moving onto 2016 server where i need to transfer the DWH and all the ETL jobs. going forward we will be using it for our reporting. I have successfully moved all the packages onto new server. And now i am trying to run full load on the new server. So basically trying to load the data from first available date in the existing server. For this i have a parent package where i need to specify the parameter for running the etl jobs. (Screen shots attached).

So now i am struck at a point where i am running the jobs, they are running fine but no data loads are happening. And these jobs are executing very quickly. It should atleast take 3-4 days for doing a full data load. I am wondering i have a problem with my package connections. I am confused, do i need to change the target connection for each package manually or can i do it using a configuration manger. (But not sure how can i do it, got to know about it by some doing some research). Can anyone please help me with this issue.

Thanks in Advance.
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by:Pawan Kumar
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Have you debug the SSIS package ? Verify it, Also verify whether the base query is fetching data , it may happen due to the where clause?
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My parent package is working fine. But if i need to check the data fetching i need to go through all my child packages as the parent package is triggering all of them.. I am confident about the scripts because they all are in production on a different server currently.
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Ok, What things you have changed recently ?
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by:Vira
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Have changed the server environment for the parent package
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by:Pawan Kumar
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Can you check that change again ?
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I got the issue resolved Pawan. Actual issue was with my batch tables where my packages are dependent on. I emptied the table and ran the package its running without any issue.

Thanks for your time, Appreciated.
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Ohh Great ! welcome,
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by:Vira
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Thanks for your time Pawan
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It made my job worked based on the batch id in that table
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