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Posted Wednesday, December 26, 2012 8:51 AM
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I have a book that uses SQL Server 2008 and requires at least a developer edition to run SSIS. My question is that if I purchase the SQL 2012 Developer edition would there be much of a difference in how SSIS works?

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http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mattm/archive/2011/11/17/what-s-new-in-ssis-for-sql-server-2012-rc0.aspx
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I have a book that uses SQL Server 2008 and requires at least a developer edition to run SSIS. My question is that if I purchase the SQL 2012 Developer edition would there be much of a difference in how SSIS works?

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Yes. SSIS has changed significantly between 2008 and 2012. Although you could still work with all the features like before (this is called the package deployment model. The new model is called the project deployment model). If you stick to the package deployment model, there aren't that much disruptive changes. The layout of BIDS has changed of course, so it might be hard to follow screenshots of the book.




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You can always download a trial version of Sql 2012 and check it out before you commit money to a developer edition. It ran for 180 days, last time I checked.
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I purchased the SQL Server 2012 Developer Edition on Amazon.com for $43.00. Not that much of an outlay to get a full blown version of SQL Server 2012 for professional development.



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Lynn Pettis (1/3/2013)
I purchased the SQL Server 2012 Developer Edition on Amazon.com for $43.00. Not that much of an outlay to get a full blown version of SQL Server 2012 for professional development.


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