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Posted Monday, April 28, 2008 11:04 PM
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Hi Friends,

how we create packages in sql server database system. whatever iam creating packages those are saved in FileSystem. but i want to save them in SQL server database.

so, is there any option to choose sql server database as my storage location of my packages. Please tell me the steps to follow.

This is very urgent.
please help in this tegard.

Thanks
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Posted Wednesday, April 30, 2008 6:23 AM
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Yes. You'll have to open Integration Services in Mgmt Studio. Under "MSDB", create a folder(s) to store your package(s). Then, go to your package and do File --> Save Copy As. Choose your server and folder.

I think you might not be able to do this if you have your package EncryptSenstiveWithPassword though so if that is the case, you may just have to set it EncryptSenstive or DontSaveSensitve (which should be fine since its on your DB server and therefore should be limited access via security)

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Posted Wednesday, April 30, 2008 9:40 PM
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Thanks Aaron,

nice suggestion.
I resolved this problem in the same way what you said.

Thanks
sathish
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Posted Monday, May 26, 2008 5:38 AM
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What you may also consider doing, is as following.

In BIDS, right click on your project name and select properties.
You will notice there is a Deployment utility section. On this section, select createDeploymentUtility = True.

Rebuild your package, and look at your \bin folder. In here you should now have a Deployment folder.
There should be a file created which is an integration services deployment manifesto.
If you open this file, this will open a package deployment wizard, which has a step in there which allows you to either select file system or SQL server deployment.

The nice thing about this utility is that it works with your variables, and that it deploys multiple packages within the same project together.

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Hi -

Can you suggest (or) do you know what permissions should i need to give to my user - he needs to creat a SSIS package.


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hello to all

this is my 1st time i want to create SSIS package.Step is as below But i am using visual studio 2008 or sql server 2008 r2 so how can create
To create a new SSIS package, follow these steps:

Launch Business Intelligence Development Studio.
Select File > New > Project.
Select the Business Intelligence Projects project type.
Select the Integration Services Project template.
Select a convenient location.
Name the new project ISProject1 and click OK.
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arjundhilod (4/2/2013)
hello to all

this is my 1st time i want to create SSIS package.Step is as below But i am using visual studio 2008 or sql server 2008 r2 so how can create
To create a new SSIS package, follow these steps:

Launch Business Intelligence Development Studio.
Select File > New > Project.
Select the Business Intelligence Projects project type.
Select the Integration Services Project template.
Select a convenient location.
Name the new project ISProject1 and click OK.


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How to create SSIS package and what s/w i need for it ............Step by step i am already use sql server 2008r2 and visual studio 2008.
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