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Integration Services Developer InfoCenter

In Microsoft Integration Services, a developer designs and implements solutions based on the technology direction defined by the Integration Services architect, the operational assistance of the Integration Services administrator, and the end-user feedback of the Integration Services knowledge worker. To these three sets of user groups, the title of Integration Services developer may not be familiar. These user groups may refer to their Integration Services developer using job titles such as Application Developer, Report Developer, ETL Developer, Data Warehouse Programmer, Database Programmer, or Data Modeler.

To help the Integration Services developer be as effective as possible, the following lists provide links to a number of object models and APIs for use in client-based and server-based applications.

SQL Server Integration Services

Programming Integration Services

Extending Packages with Scripting

Extending Packages with Custom Objects

Working with Packages Programmatically

Running Packages from Other Applications

SQL Server Language Reference

Programming Samples

Integration Services Object Model

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