Using SQL Server Management Studio to deploy and run SSIS package in Azure Data Factory


In our previous post, we created the SSIS Catalog (SSISDB) in Azure and deployed the SSIS package using SSDT.

Supported version for SSDT – SQL Server Data Tools to deploy SSIS package to Azure.

  • For Visual Studio 2017, version 15.3 or later.
  • For Visual Studio 2015, version 17.2 or later.

In this post, we’d use SSMS to deploy the packages in Azure.

Connect to the Azure SQL Server

Expand the Integration Services Catalog, right-click the Projects folder, and select the Deploy Project option.

Enter the source details in the deployment wizard

Select the option SSIS in Azure Data Factory

Select the existing or create a new folder for the project

Click on Deploy after successful validation and review.

Here in our case, it failed with the below message

There is no available node. Please check node status on the monitoring page of the ADF portal and ensure that at least one node is in running 1 and try again. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 50000)

The error is because the Azure-SSIS Integration runtime is in the status Stopped.

navigate to your Azure Data Factory instance, and start the runtime.

After around 10 minutes or so the service would be up and running.

This time deployment is successful.

We can see the packages available within the pipeline.

Hope it helps..

Author: Nishant Rana

I love working in and sharing everything about Microsoft.NET technology !

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