Audit Transformation Editor
Applies To: SQL Server 2016
The Audit transformation enables the data flow in a package to include data about the environment in which the package runs. For example, the name of the package, computer, and operator can be added to the data flow. Integration Services includes system variables that provide this information.
To learn more about the Audit transformation, see Audit Transformation.
Output column name
Provide the name for a new output column that will contain the audit information.
Select an available system variable to supply the audit information.
|Execution instance GUID||Insert the GUID that uniquely identifies the execution instance of the package.|
|Package ID||Insert the GUID that uniquely identifies the package.|
|Package name||Insert the package name.|
|Version ID||Insert the GUID that uniquely identifies the version of the package.|
|Execution start time||Insert the time at which package execution started.|
|Machine name||Insert the name of the computer on which the package was launched.|
|User name||Insert the login name of the user who launched the package.|
|Task name||Insert the name of the Data Flow task with which the Audit transformation is associated.|
|Task ID||Insert the GUID that uniquely identifies the Data Flow task with which the Audit transformation is associated.|