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Once you know the SSI Toolbox, it is time for configurations and parameters, and to convert a project.
By Tom Snyder
Editor’s Note: This article is excerpted from chapter 3 of Extract, Transform, and Load with SQL Server Integration Services--with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and IBM DB2, by Thomas Snyder and Vedish Shah.
Configurations and Parameters
Depending on the type of deployment model you choose, you can use either configuration files or parameters. The legacy model lets you create configuration files that are separate from your packages, whereas the default model lets you create parameters, project- or package-level, which are part of the entire project.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) provide a flexible way to control the look or presentation of your Web pages. Small changes to a single CSS style sheet can dramatically change the appearance of many Web pages.
by Laura Ubelhor and Christian Hur
This easy method for controlling the design of your pages allows you to rapidly implement changes to the look and feel of your website. The CSS elements are often called style rules and can be inserted directly in a Web page or separately in an external file.
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