I have two packages in SSIS and I want to monitor the status of those through a web page. What is the best way to implement this.
Oct 19 '09 at 01:00 PM
Oct 27 '09 at 01:35 PM
I suggest you implement SSIS logging (built-in or custom) and monitor the log on the web page. Not the best solution, but you should be able to spin it up in short order.
Oct 19 '09 at 02:27 PM
Oct 27 '09 at 01:47 PM
If you are running the SSIS packages as SQL Agent Jobs you can query the history using msdn.dbo.sysjobs and msdb.dbo.sysjobhistory.
Oct 19 '09 at 04:33 PM
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