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catalog.executions (SSISDB Database)

Displays the instances of package execution in the Integration Services catalog. Packages that are executed with the Execute Package task run in the same instance of execution as the parent package.

Column name

Data type

Description

execution_id

bigint

The unique identifier (ID) for the instance of execution.

folder_name

sysname(nvarchar(128))

The name of the folder that contains the project.

project_name

sysname(nvarchar(128))

The name of the project.

package_name

nvarchar(260)

The name of the first package that was started during execution.

reference_id

bigint

The environment that is referenced by the instance of execution.

reference_type

char(1)

Indicates whether the environment can be located in the same folder as the project (relative reference) or in a different folder (absolute reference). When the value is R, the environment is located by using a relative reference. When the value is A, the environment is located by using an absolute reference.

environment_folder_name

nvarchar(128)

The name of the folder that contains the environment.

environment_name

nvarchar(128)

The name of the environment that was referenced during execution.

project_lsn

bigint

The version of the project that corresponds with the instance of execution. This number is not guaranteed to be sequential.

executed_as_sid

varbinary(85)

The SID of the user who started the instance of execution.

executed_as_name

nvarchar(128)

The name of the database principal that was used to start the instance of execution.

use32bitruntime

bit

Indicates if the 32-bit runtime is used to run the package on a 64-bit operating system. When the value is 1, the execution is performed with the 32-bit runtime. When the value is 0, the execution is performed with the 64-bit runtime.

object_type

smallint

The type of object. The object may be a project (20) or a package (30).

object_id

bigint

The ID of the object affected by the operation.

status

int

The status of the operation. The possible values are created (1), running (2), canceled (3), failed (4), pending (5), ended unexpectedly (6), succeeded (7), stopping (8), and completed (9).

start_time

datetimeoffset

The time when the instance of execution was started.

end_time

datetimeoffsset

The time when the instance of execution ended.

caller_sid

varbinary(85)

The security ID (SID) of the user if Windows Authentication was used to log on.

caller_name

nvarchar(128)

The name of the account that performed the operation.

process_id

int

The process ID of the external process, if applicable.

stopped_by_sid

varbinary(85)

The security ID (SID) of the user who stopped the instance of execution.

stopped_by_name

nvarchar(128)

The name of the user who stopped the instance of execution.

total_physical_memory_kb

bigint

The total physical memory (in megabytes) on the server when the execution is started.

available_physical_memory_kb

bigint

The available physical memory (in megabytes) on the server when the execution is started.

total_page_file_kb

bigint

The total page memory (in megabytes) on the server when the execution is started.

available_page_file_kb

bigint

The available page memory (in megabytes) on the server when the execution is started.

cpu_count

int

The number of logical CPUs on the server when the execution is started.

server_name

nvarchar(128)

The Windows server and instance information for a specified instance of SQL Server.

machine_name

nvarchar(128)

The computer name on which the server instance is running.

dump_id

uniqueidentifier

The ID of an execution dump.

This view displays a row for each instance of execution in the catalog.

This view requires one of the following permissions:

  • READ permission on the instance of execution

  • Membership to the ssis_admin database role

  • Membership to the sysadmin server role

Note Note

Row-level security is enforced; only rows that you have permission to view are displayed.

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