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Incremental load in ssis using conditional split
Sep 30, 2011 · As discussed in the previous blog Incremental load is one of the basic ETL designs, every day business gets new data and it has to be merged with the existing data. Loading of only the new data or new updates to the existing data is called Incremental Load or Delta. In this article we will see how to do delta load for Type 1 SCD using Conditional Split in SSIS. So, connect the output of Merge join transformation to Conditional Split transformation. Then double click on it and configure it. In the above window of Conditional split, we have given a condition "ISNULL([ID (2)]). And, then click OK. Conditional split always has a default output and the output we create. So now we will have two destinations.In the example below, I'll show how to take the script-based example from the previous post and wrap it in an SSIS package, which can easily use different SQL Server instances for the source and destination. The Incremental Load. To keep things simple, I'll use the same data structures from the last example.Conditional Split is a MSBI component available in SSIS toolbox. This tool is used during Data Flow task and during ETL process. Conditional Split as name says "Condition" if you are a programmer then you can easily understand where i'm relating this word "Condition".