This Example Demonstrates how to run ETL processes from the third party software

Quite often our user's want to trigger package execution from their own software. This can be easily done by adding a record to the QUEUE table, We have created a number of helpers stored procedures for Oracle, SQL Server PostgreSQL and MySQL. (Download source code)

Here is an SQL Server example:

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[EXECUTE_OBJECT]
(
@ComputerName NVARCHAR(255) ='',
@LogDirectory NVARCHAR(255) ='',
@Platform NVARCHAR(255) ='',
@User NVARCHAR(255) ='',
@ObjectId Int,
@UseAgent Int = 1 -- 1 = true, 0 = false
)
AS BEGIN BEGIN TRAN
-- Calculating ID
DECLARE @ID Int
select @ID =max(ID)+1 from ID_GENERATOR where id_type=2
update ID_GENERATOR set ID=@ID where id_type=2
INSERT INTO QUEUE
(
QUEUE_ID,
OBJECT_ID,
OBJECT_TYPE,
OBJECT_NAME,
LOG_FILE,
SUBMITED,
STATUS,
USE_AGENT,
COMPUTER_NAME,
APPLICATION_EXECUTED_PLATFORM,
OSUSER
)
SELECT @ID as QUEUE_ID,
OBJECT_ID,
OBJECT_TYPE,
NAME as OBJECT_NAME,
@LogDirectory+'\Package_'+Cast(@ID as VARCHAR)+'.log' as LOG_FILE,
getdate() as SUBMITED, 'P' as STATUS,
@UseAgent as use_agent,
@ComputerName as computer_name,
@Platform as application_executed_platform,
@User as osuser
from objects_tree
where object_id=@ObjectID
COMMIT
END
GO

EXEC EXECUTE_OBJECT 'DBSLCOMPUTER','C:\Logs','Windows (32-bit)','John',126,1

Log Directory Location

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Object ID

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