Download: For more information about Task Factory pricing or downloading a trial, see the Task Factory product page.
|Memory||Four GB||At least eight GB|
|Processor Speed||1.4 GHz||2.0 GHz or higher|
|Process Type||Not Applicable|
Note: Hardware requirements can vary based on workloads and other processes.
Important: Running Task Factory on a virtual machine is slower than running natively because of the overhead of virtualization.
The following is required to use Task Factory:
- SQL Server Integration Services 2005, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016, or 2017.
- Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS) 2005 or 2008 or SQL Server Data Tools 2012, 2014, 2016 (for Visual Studio 2015), or 2017 (for Visual Studio 2015 or 2017)
Note: SSDT is a development environment requirement, however, it's not required on a server installation.
The following operating systems are supported by Workbench:
64-bit (x64) Operating Systems:
32-bit (x86) Operating Systems:
|Windows Server 2003 (at least Service Pack 2) *||Windows XP (at least Service Pack 3)|
|Windows Vista (at least Service Pack 2)||Windows Server 2003 (at least Service Pack 3) *|
|Windows Server 2008 R2||Windows Vista (at least Service Pack 2)|
|Windows Server 2012||Windows Server 2008 R2|
|Windows Server 2016||Windows Server 2012|
|Windows 7||Windows 7|
|Windows 8||Windows 8|
|Windows 10||Windows 10|
Important: Windows XP and Server 2003 have been deprecated from full support. Any issues encountered on either Windows XP or Server 2003 must be reproducible on newer versions of Windows to be eligible for support.
Warning: A few of our customers have encountered issues with Windows Server 2003 installations of Task Factory. Packages with Task Factory may not run until the Windows 2003 server is restarted. If you are planning on installing Task Factory on Windows 2003, please wait until you can reboot the machine or restart the SSIS Service after installation.
The following are Oracle Upsert Destination Requirements:
For 64-bit Task Factory:
For 32-bit Task Factory:
Check for BIDS & SQL Server Data Tools
Verifying that BIDS or SQL Server Data Tools is Installed
Complete the following steps to see if BIDS is installed:
- Open Start > All Programs > Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2012, or 2014. You should be able to see Business Intelligence Development Studio or SQL Server Data Tools if it's installed.
Verifying that the SSIS Components are Installed
Complete the following steps to see if SSIS components are installed:
- Open BIDS or SQL Server Data Tools.
- Once open, select File > New > Project.
- In the New Project dialog box, select Business Intelligence Projects on the left hand side. If you see Integration Services Project on the right hand side, then the SSIS components are installed.