Hadi Fadlallah

Hadi Fadlallah

Hadi Fadlallah

Hadi is a Lebanese Researcher, Data Engineer and Business Intelligence Developer.

He has been working with SQL Server for more than 10 years. Also, he's one of the top ETL and SQL Server Integration Services contributors at Stackoverflow.com

Hadi really enjoys learning new things everyday and sharing his knowledge.

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SQL OFFSET FETCH Feature: Loading Large Volumes of Data Using Limited Resources with SSIS

November 14, 2019 by

In this article, we illustrate how to use the OFFSET FETCH feature as a solution for loading large volumes of data from a relational database using a machine with limited memory and preventing an out of memory exception. We describe how to load data in batches to avoid placing a large amount of data into memory.

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SSIS XML Destination

October 11, 2019 by

Until now, Microsoft has not included the XML Destination component in SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS). Many years ago, this component was requested on the Microsoft connect website, but it was closed as “Won’t fix.” For this reason, many workarounds and third-party components were created. In this article, we’ll talk about these components and some of the popular solutions for exporting data to XML using SSIS.

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SSIS OLE DB Source: SQL Command vs Table or View

August 22, 2019 by

Introduction

SQL Server Integration Services provides a wide variety of features that helps developers to build a robust Extract, Transform and Load process. After many years contributing to SSIS related tags on Stackoverflow.com, I can say that many developers have some misunderstanding about SSIS features (SSIS OLE DB Source, SSIS Expressions, SQL Server destination …) especially those which are very similar and have some common usability.

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