Step 1: Set your SSIS packages properties as:
Go to Security tab and then Set
ProtectionLevel : EncryptSensitiveWithPassword
PackagePassword : xyz (any password you like )
Step 2: Build your SSIS Project
Step 3: Login into SQL Server Integration Services
Step 4: Go to MSDB folder
Step 5: Right Click on MSDB folder and then New Folder and give the name say SSISPackage and then right click on SSISPackage and then Select Import Package.
Step 6: Select Package Location: File System and then Broswe your package by clicking ellipse button in front of Package Path.
Step 7: Select Protection Level as: Encrypt sensitive data with password and then enter your package password (temp which we already set in our package).
Step 8: Click Ok. Then again enter your package password (temp) which we entered in the previous step.
Step 9: Log in to Sql Server Management Studio and Select Database Engine
Step 10: Go to Sql Server Agent and then Right Click on Job and Select New Job.
Step 11: In General tab : Give a name to your Job say ScheduleSSIS and give any description (optional)
Step 12: Go to Steps tab and then click New. Settings
- Step Name say as Step1.
- Select SQL Server Integration Services Package in Type
- Run as: SQL Server Agent Service Account.
- Package Source : SQL server
- Server : IP or Server Name
- Windows or SQL Server Authentication of the SQL Server where we have stored our SSIS Packages
- Click ellipse button in front of Package and then Select your SSIS Package you want to schedule.
Step 13: Select Your Package and then click ok and then enter the package password.
Step 14: Go to Schedule tab and then click New and give a name to Schedule such as Schedule1 and Schedule Type: Recurring and the rest of the setting as per your requirement and last click OK.
Your SSIS Package has been successfully scheduled.
All queries are welcome !!!
Rajeev Kumar Mehta
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