LeapFrogBI supports a number of physical architecture options. Developers can select an architecture and configure each project as desired. Keep in mind that LeapFrogBI creates in-database (ELT) processing whenever possible. This means the database engine will be doing the heavy lifting regardless of the location of SSIS and package execution. When selecting a target architecture strive […]
Monthly Archives: March 2014
LeapFrogBI’s out of the box reporting just got better. Precedence reports make load execution monitoring available to anyone with a web browser. Jump straight to job history and get details on any process. No coding required. Be sure to deploy the LeapFrogBI monitoring solution along with each project deployment.
LeapFrogBI projects can deploy to all SQL Server version from 2008 through 2012 (2014 coming soon). Even better, existing projects are forward and backward compatible. Change the target system anytime without the hassle of converting SSIS packages. Simply set the new target system, queue a build job, and deploy.
LeapFrogBI deploys to several target systems; SQL Sever 2008, SQL Server 2008R2, SQL Server 2012, and SQL Server 2014 (coming soon). Traditionally, migrating from one version of SQL Server to another meant that every package would need to be migrated which could be a very time consuming task. LeapFrogBI makes this process painless. Simply change the […]
Several LeapFrogBI processes use Excel to define configuration details such as FTP, HTTP, and MFS. In some versions of windows, the Excel application is set to execute as the “Launching User”. This causes a problem when using SQL Server Agent to access Excel Workbooks. An error such as the following will be returned. Description: Exception […]
Like many of you I have been waiting for SQL Server 2014 to be released to market for quite a while. Now that it has been released it is time to start putting the wealth of new features to good use. From a LeapFrogBI application perspective the memory optimized table feature is very interesting, and […]