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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

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Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

Post has shared content
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

Post has shared content
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease

Post has shared content
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
Lets explore that how we can read and load a zipped CSV file in SQL Server without unzipping it using SSIS along with SQL Server 2017. Reading a zipped file directly (without unzipping it) will save some time required in order to write the text file on the physical disk and then reading it from there. As of now, we don’t have any built-in component in SSIS which allows us to read a zipped file without unzipping it. Also, if the zipped file is highly compressed and is of large size, the unzip process will take a long time to unzip the file as the process needs to perform on-disk I/O operations which are indeed costly.
However, with the integration of Python in SQL Server 2017, we can read a zipped file on the fly.

http://bit.ly/2w3Z0BP

#SSIS #SQLServer2017 #ReadZippedFileOnFly #Python #SQLRelease
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