The Great Pragmatic Works Task Factory Round Up

Over the last month or so, I’ve been blogging about my companies (Pragmatic Works) cool suite of SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services) add in tools called Task Factory. I did this mostly to learn about the various components, and decided to video the whole thing in order to a) help myself remember and b) share the knowledge with everyone.

I’m about to move onto some of our other tools, and as I explore and learn them will be adding videos as I go. I wanted to wrap up the Task Factory series with a summary of all the tools, and links to the blog post and the direct link to the video. Please note I’ve listed these alphabetically, to make them easy to find, instead of the order in which they were published. 

Task Factory Address Parse video | blog

Task Factory Advanced E-Mail and SMS Task video | blog

Task Factory Case Transform video | blog

Task Factory Compression video | blog

Task Factory Data Cleansing video | blog

Task Factory Data Validation video | blog

Task Factory Delete Batch Transform video | blog

Task Factory Dimension Merge Slowly Changing Dimension video | blog

Task Factory Email Source video | blog

Task Factory File Properties video | blog

Task Factory Null Handler blog

Task Factory Replace Unwanted Characters video | blog

Task Factory RegEx video | blog

Task Factory SalesForce.com Source and Destination blog

Task Factory SharePoint Destination video | blog

Task Factory SharePoint Source video | blog

Task Factory Surrogate Key transform video | blog

Task Factory Terminator Destination blog

Task Factory Trim Plus video | blog

Task Factory Update Batch transform video | blog

Task Factory Upsert Destination video | blog

Task Factory XML Destination video | blog

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2 Responses to “The Great Pragmatic Works Task Factory Round Up”

  1. Paul Richmond Says:

    I just reviewed your TaskFactory e-mail source video and found it to be excellent. Thank you! I would like to see a further example of how to access and process the attachments retrieved during the process. Interestingly enough, PragmaticWorks Tech Support has not been able to provide any examples on how to accomplish this.

    • Mark Weimer Says:

      I second that request. I have multiple email attachments from multiple sources that need to be processed. This is why we purchased the task factory.


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