Hello everyone! You may have seen our most recent summer release blog showing off the latest and greatest features for the Pragmatic Works software tools. In that release, we announced that users can now create annotations for their tests in LegiTest. With this new feature, users can create a category or name and include whatever information they would like. This information will then be made visible in LegiTest Server. To get you familiar with how this function works, we've created a short demonstration:
Greetings everyone! Today we are going to create an SSIS package using the REST API Source component from Task Factory. Specifically, we are going to use this source component to connect to Zendesk’s API service. When using the REST API Source to connect to any service you must be knowledgeable on how that particular API and what are valid API endpoints.
Greetings everyone, and thank you for taking the time to look at this blog. This is my first post and I hope I’m able to answer some of your questions about building packages in SSIS. In this post I will be showing you how to use the object variable to make packages dynamic while using Task Factory, a SSIS product by Pragmatic Works.