When deploying our Ispacs through my builds, I’ve still been getting the intermittent “timeout” issues I first wrote about back in May, and this has been exacerbated by extra SSIS Projects added to the SSISDB catalog.
No WiX Wednesday this week, owing to commitments in real life. Instead, here is something regarding SSIS 2012 Deployment. Enjoy!
As part of our CI and Test Builds we have automated the deployment of two SSIS Projects. One is fairly large and the other one contains only two dtsx packages. Recently we have been getting timeout issues with the deployment of the solutions.
Based on a previous post about TFS Build Server Best Practices,I thought I’d share the stack I install and a few of the steps that I go through to get the build server working. Obviously your experiences will be different to mine, and I don’t recommend that you follow this to the letter unless you have a similar set of solutions to build. I’m also going to assume you have Windows Server installed and your build service up and running, there are plenty of blogs and MSDN articles that show you how to set this up.