DTS Object Model Diagram
The diagrams in the topics that follow illustrate the hierarchy of Data Transformation Services (DTS) objects and collections. Objects are represented by a single blue rectangle. Collections, and the properties that return a reference to these collections, are represented by several overlaid yellow rectangles. The red-bordered hexagonals represent placeholders that summarize parts of the DTS object model. View the summarized objects, collections, and properties by clicking on the placeholders. A parent element (for example, an object or collection) is placed above and to the left of its child element, with a line connecting them.
An element that is the child of an object is created when the parent object is created, and a reference to the child can be obtained from a property of the parent. An object that is the child of a collection is created using a collection method.
For more information about using the DTS object model, see Creating DTS Packages with the DTS Object Model.
These topics contain object model diagrams and information about extended DTS objects.
|DTS Package2 Hierarchy||Describes the structure of the DTS Package2 hierarchy.|
|Pump Task Elements||Describes the object model in tasks that use the DTS data pump.|
|Pump Rowset Elements||Describes the object model associated with rowset processing in tasks using the DTS data pump.|
|Data Driven Query Elements||Describes the object model associated with the Data Driven Query task.|
|DTS Application Hierarchy||Describes the structure of the DTS Application hierarchy.|