We use SSIS DFT to perform dataload using oledbsource and oledb destination (fastload option). The target table is SCD2 type and we are in process of creating Index in target table. As the process is in development stage, no of records (per day) from source is unknown. But decided to built the index as per the rough estimate of rows per day received from client team. Loading data in to indexed table will take additional time.
Is it good practice to disable and rebuild index before loading data. I read from the link(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177445.aspx) that no of incoming rows should be relative to the target row before disable and rebuild index. If the no of input rows is less on a daily basis can we give "order" (clustered index columns) in fasloadoption under oledb destination without disabling index.
Checkconstraint & tableloack are already enabled as part of fastloadoption.
Please find the index details in one of the tables created.
Clustered index (3 columns) on Int
non clustered no unique (2 columns) on Int
we could not make standard steps now as we don't know the exact no of rows to come in production. Any suggestion would be highly appreciated.
If you want exactly to take the options that whether indexes should be dropped beforehand. You could use 2 "Execute SQL Task" to get the amount of new data imported and the amount of existing data in the table, then did division using the 2 numbers to calculate their proportion to see if the indexes should be dropped. The logic could be illustrated like this -
[<<Execute SQL Task - to get the row count of the new data imported and assign the count to a Variable>>]
[<<Another Execute SQL Task - to get the row count of existing data in the target table and assign the count to a variable>>]
(Count1/Count2<=30%) (Count1/Count2 > 30%)
[<<DFT->without dropping index>>] [<<DFT - > drop index>>]
In additional, to add the ORDER hint, open the advanced properties of the OLEDB destination componenet and switch to componenet Properties tab where you can find "FastLoadOption", in the box, type something like this: TABLOCK, ORDER(ClusteredColumn, ASC).
Hope this helpfully,
- Proposed as answer by Todd McDermidMVP, Moderator Monday, March 05, 2012 8:11 PM