Checkpoints in SSIS
In this post “Using checkpoints in an SSIS package”, we are going to learn how to configure checkpoints in an SSIS package.
SQL Server integration services use checkpoints in order to avoid the re-execution of an SSIS package from the beginning in case the package fails during execution. Checkpoints can be extremely useful in case the task prior to the point of failure takes a long time to execute. For example, if we are dealing with an SSIS package which is loading a huge amount of data from an OLTP server (highly transactional) to a destination server and is taking a long time to accomplish the data loading operation, and if the package gets failed after the data loading operation (at any other task being executed later on), we would not like to restart the package from the beginning which will take a long time to reload … More