Oct
21
2008

Connectors now available for SAP BI, Oracle, and Teradata

Both of the promised post-RTM packages of connectors for use with SQL Server 2008 Enterprise and Developer are now available for download, since last Friday's release of the October Feature Pack that contains the SAP BI connector. Each set consists of a connection manager, source, and destination, and is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. In both cases, Microsoft took advantage of the existing expertise of third-party companies to develop these high-performance connectivity components.

For SAP BI 7, Microsoft licensed components from the Xtract IS suite by Theobald Software of Germany and adapted them more to the look and feel of the built-in components. Download from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=228de03f-3b5a-428a-923f-58a033d316e1&DisplayLang=en

For Oracle and Teradata, Attunity developed the components for Microsoft. Download from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=d9cb21fe-32e9-4d34-a381-6f9231d84f1e&displaylang=en

White papers that provide further guidance on usage (beyond the basic documentation in the included Help files) are in progress.

 

Comments (2) -

Suman

Is there any SSIS connector for People soft?


dougbert

Suman,


I am not familiar with PeopleSoft. I don't think that I have ever read about an SSIS connector specifically for PeopleSoft. However if you have an ODBC driver or an OLE DB provider, then you can connect using built-in components of SSIS such as the ADO.NET or OLE DB Source and Destination.


You will reach a much larger community of SSIS users in the forum on MSDN at social.msdn.microsoft.com/.../">social.msdn.microsoft.com/.../threads.


Best wishes,


-Doug


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