C Sharp

Comments

One of the annoying things about working with multiple languages is they each have their differences – obviously, otherwise there would only be 1 language! Although there is good reason to have these differences they still have elements that are a pain. One of the most annoying things, other then “do you require a semicolon at the end of the statement?” is comments. Comments aren’t executed or complied but they help developers read code.

Logging ConnectionStrings in SSIS

Another day, another reference to an old Jamie Thomson blog post– today it was getting the ConnectionString to output to the information. Admittedly I wasn’t looking for how to fire the connection string into an information event, just the ConnectionString, still another great idea and its useful for debugging.  

Joys of C#

On Friday, I had a problem raised, they want to change one of the automatic rename jobs which renames and moves export files to a shared drive. Lucky, I had created a SSIS package, which was a SQL Job that runs on a scheduled every 15 mins, which uses a script task to perform the logic. Because we also used OctopusDeploy, this really was going to be a 5 min change.