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SQLBuzzDelhi organized TechEd Delhi on July 11, 2009. They even launched an official PASS Chapter in Delhi. The complete report of this event is here. This event like TechEd in Ahmedabad, was a huge success and saw a huge number of attendees from all over India. Jacob Sebastian and Pinal ...
This is a relatively simple thing to accomplish in a Script, or even using an Execute SQL Task. In fact, Jamie Thomson, with comments from Darren Gosbell, Marco Russo (I believe) and many others describes all three methods in a years old blog post - SSIS: Put a package to sleep ...
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