Developing a Custom ForEach Enumerator
Applies To: SQL Server 2016 Preview
Integration Services uses foreach enumerators to iterate over the items in a collection and perform the same tasks for each element. Integration Services includes a variety of foreach enumerators that support the most commonly used collections, such as all the files in a folder, all the tables in a database, or all the elements of a list stored in a package variable. If the foreach enumerators and collections that are provided do not entirely meet your requirements, you can create a custom foreach enumerator.
To create a custom foreach enumerator, you have to create a class that inherits from the ForEachEnumerator base class, apply the DtsForEachEnumeratorAttribute attribute to your new class, and override the important methods and properties of the base class, including the GetEnumerator method.
This section describes how to create, configure, and code a custom foreach enumerator and its custom user interface.
Creating a Custom Foreach Enumerator
Describes how to create the classes for a custom foreach enumerator project.
Coding a Custom Foreach Enumerator
Describes how to implement a custom foreach enumerator by overriding the methods and properties of the base class.
Developing a User Interface for a Custom ForEach Enumerator
Describes how to implement the user interface class and the form that is used to configure the custom foreach enumerator.
For information that is common to all the type of custom objects that you can create in Integration Services, see the following topics:
Developing Custom Objects for Integration Services
Describes the basic steps in implementing all types of custom objects for Integration Services.
Persisting Custom Objects
Describes custom persistence and explains when it is necessary.
Building, Deploying, and Debugging Custom Objects
Describes the techniques for building, signing, deploying, and debugging custom objects.
For information on the other types of custom objects that you can create in Integration Services, see the following topics:
Developing a Custom Task
Discusses how to program custom tasks.
Developing a Custom Connection Manager
Discusses how to program custom connection managers.
Developing a Custom Log Provider
Discusses how to program custom log providers.
Developing a Custom Data Flow Component
Discusses how to program custom data flow sources, transformations, and destinations.
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