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Default Framework Configuration Management CH02 Discussion


I understand that CH02 is promoting to put configurations (Sql Server type for system level and package level configurations) and logging information in a centralized database (this case is SSIS_PDS).

I also assume that this approach is good for logging multiple packages, where the package deal with different databases which has different schema/structure.

My question is do you do the same thing if a package is going to be run on multiple databases which has very similar schema/structure (all located on one server, by setting up multiple jobs under Sql Server Agent and supply DB name as part of the package variables), my case is one country has one separate DB and we have 18 databases in total to run the same package.
  • if you do log and configure the package in one central database, then the logging could be messy - as it would be the same package name run multiple times with different variable values.
  • and if you use a single configuration table in the central database for system /package level configurations, how can you differentiate different configuration for different DBs (countries in my case)?
Currently, I decide to put the configuration/logging tables into each database(country), this way the implementation will be the same for all countries.

I'd like to see if anybody has different/better approach.

Kind Regards,

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