Staging Container Task Element
Specifies the name of the object. This name can be used to reference this object from anywhere else in the program. This is a required property
This value specifies the mode that should be used to execute the children of the container or package. Parallel directly matches the SSIS behavior and will require that precedence constraints are created manually for all task connections. Linear will automatically create precedence constraints so that tasks will run one after the other in the order that they are specified in the Biml. Linear is primarily useful for scripting scenarios where creating precedence constraints would be tedious.
This value specifies whether the validation of the Dataflow task in SSIS should be delayed until the package is executed. DelayValidation is most often used when the ETL process references tables and other server assets that were created in an earlier stage of the data processing run.
This value specifies whether the item is disabled. The default value is False.
This value specifies whether the event handlers for this task, container, or package should be prevented from executing. The default value is False.
This value determines whether the container will fail when a container component fails. If this container corresponds to a package, then the only valid value is False.
This value determines whether the parent container will fail when a child container failes. The default value is False.
If the ForceExecutionValue property is set to True, then the container will return the value stored in this property as its execution value. Otherwise, this value will be ignored. The default value for ForecedExecutionValue is 0.
This property specifies the data type of the value stored in the ForceExecutionValue property.
This value indicates whether a specified execution result value will result if the container runs. The default value is None, which means that the container does not force a specified outcome.
Gets or sets a Boolean that indicates whether the execution value of the container should be forced to contain the value specified in the ForcedExecutionValue property.
Allows the developer to specify a unique identifier (GUID) for the package. This can be used to retain a consistent ID between builds.
Sets the Isolation Level which controls how Transactions behave for this container.
This specifies the default language to be used by this task and its descendants.
This value specifies whether logging is enabled or disabled by the container or by the parent container. The default value is UseParentSetting.
This value specifies the maximum number of errors allowed to occur before a package is forced to stop running. The default value is 1.
This value specifies the transaction context in which this task will execute.
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This is a collection of the tables that will be created at the beginning of execution of this container and destroyed at the end of execution of this container. This is a required property
This is a collection of annotation items that can be used to specify documentation, tags, or other information. Annotations are particularly useful for storing information about nodes that can be used by BimlScript code.
This is a collection of event handlers that can respond to SQL Server Integration Services events that are raised on this task.
This is a collection of SSIS expression definitions for property value overrides that are specific to this task, container, or package.
This is a container for log event definitions that are specific to this task, container, or package.
Defines the log providers to use for the SSIS task or container
This is a container for log provider definitions that are specific to this task, container, or package.
This is a collection of SSIS annotations that will be rendered on the SSIS design surface within the parent container object.
Container for child task definitions.
This is a container for child task definitions of this container or package.
This is a container for variable definitions that are specific to this task, container, or package.