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Posted Tuesday, September 24, 2013 5:10 PM
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I am trying to instal a test package by double clicking it. I want to create a folder such that it will appear inside the SSIS Package window (image attached). How do I do this ?

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For image, please see the attached link. Did this because I cannot upload images from my computer.

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I could select that top level SSIS packages folder and get a '/' for my package path. But, I don't if thats okay. Btw, what is the meaning of that '/' ?
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You need to specify a new folder yourself.
You can log into the SSIS service and create it there.

The "/" is the root folder of the SSIS service.




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You need to specify a new folder yourself.
You can log into the SSIS service and create it there.

The "/" is the root folder of the SSIS service.


How do I do that ?
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