Rhino Etl is a developer friendly Extract, transform and load (ETL) library for .NET
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README.md

RhinoETL

Rhino Etl is a simple Extract, transform and load library for .NET.

Help

There is a current call for additional maintainers due to recent changes in my job stack that has kept me away from this.

Resources

Building

In order to build this project, you need to execute the psake build script from the PowerShell console. You do this using the following command from the root project directory:

.\psake.ps1 default.ps1

You may need to allow script execution by running the following command as adminstrator:

Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted

Also note that the build script assume that you have git.exe on your path.

Running the tests requires access to a database called 'test' on the default instance of SQL Server

Releases

1.3.1

1.2.6

1.2.5

1.2.4

1.2.3