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Posted Wednesday, March 06, 2013 4:10 AM
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Hi All,

Our client have production and development server.

In the development server, they have installed sql server 2012. In the production server, they have installed sql server 2008 r2.

We have to develop packages in development server and move them to production server. Usually we do this by creating the setup file and moving it.

Now it does not work as both are using different versions.

Can anyone suggest any approach to get the packages opened in production server.

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SSIS Packages are not backward compatible. You could rewrite the packages in 2008 format or you could install SQL 2012 in the production environment. SSIS 2012 Packages will happily communicate with a 2008 database so you also have the option of running SQL 2012 to support your SSIS side-by-side with your existing 2008 database in production but that will require you maintain two intallations.

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