EzAPI - Package Generation API (SQL 2012)

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Change Set: 86517
Released: Feb 15, 2012
Updated: Feb 15, 2012 by mmasson
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EzAPI - Package generation API

This sample provides some functionality to easily create SSIS packages programmatically and dynamically alter their objects (tasks, components, changing metadata, connection strings, etc). This framework supports:
  • Creation SSIS packages of any complexity including both SSIS runtime and pipeline (tasks, containers and components)
  • BIDS like behavior (automatic column mapping in destinations, automatic metadata refresh, default values of properties, etc)
For more information, see the post on the SSIS team blog.

Written by Evgeny Koblov

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sorry, there is no link to download the API
by rainer63 on Mar 26, 2014 at 12:35 PM
It sounds good. where is download for this version?
by greatlake5 on Oct 3, 2013 at 3:56 PM
Where is the link to download for EzAPI SQL 2012 version?
by stangud on Aug 10, 2013 at 5:35 AM
don't know
by emreblt on Dec 14, 2016 at 1:54 PM
Where is the download link? Please explain why there is no download link?
by jeff_yao on Jul 17, 2015 at 8:07 AM
There is no download. Can't use other 2008 verison with SQL Server 2012
by Bill_connelly on May 27, 2014 at 6:41 PM
Very good. I had problems getting demos to work. They reference AddressPerson, some table that does not exist in AdventureWorks2008. I added some logic to spit out errors. The demo package returns success even it fails. p = new EzOleDbToFilePackage("DBA-ETL", "AdventureWorks2008", "Address", "c:\\result.txt"); ; p.DataFlow.Disable = false; p.Execute(); foreach (DtsError err in p.Errors) { Console.Write(string.Format("Error: {0}\n", err.Description)); }
by alendar on Feb 18, 2014 at 10:41 PM
EzAPI is a fantastic tool, that makes programmatically generating SSIS packages so much easier. I definitely prefer EzAPI over BIML, since with EzAPI you have access to SSIS component metadata, that may be used, for example, to create SQL tables on the fly, perform conditional operations based on column datatypes, etc. Keep up the good work!
by otykier on Sep 6, 2013 at 8:31 AM