When it comes to data processing, Integration Services reads data from various sources, and writes them to their destinations, but usually some transformation of the data is needed in the meantime (according to the requirements,
of course). SSIS can transform the data using its own transformation components. These can be used when placed in a Data Flow Task, connected with the source and destination components, or other transformation components.
So, here is the complete list of transformation components built into Integration Services 2012:
For more information about SSIS transformations, see the Integration
Services Transformations topic in Books Online.
Zoltán Horváth edited Original. Comment: minor edit
Zoltán Horváth edited Revision 9. Comment: added link to Sort Transformation
Zoltán Horváth edited Revision 10. Comment: adding link to SSIS Row Count Transformation
Pretty nice task to complete with all references :)
Zoltán Horváth edited Revision 11. Comment: added link to Derived Column Transformation
Zoltán Horváth edited Revision 12. Comment: added link to SSIS Audit Transformation
Zoltán Horváth edited Revision 13. Comment: adding link to SSIS Lookup Transformation
Zoltán Horváth edited Revision 14. Comment: adding link to SSIS Row Sampling Transformation
10 out of 29 transformations done. Checkpoint. If you would like a specific transformation to be written earlier than in my fairly random order, leave a comment here :)
10 out of 29 transformations done. Checkpoint. If you would like to see a new one earlier than it would apper in my random order, just leave a comment here.