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SqlPackage Version Gone Backwards?


SqlPackage Version Gone Backwards?

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Phil Parkin
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It seems that the version of SqlPackage.exe which is deployed with SSDT 2017 is currently 14.0.3811.1, whereas the version deployed with SSDT 2015 is 14.0.3953.4

Does anyone know anything about this, or why an earlier version is being used?


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Not really aware of it but maybe related to the fact that the latest version for 2015 had issues deploying to SSIS catalog, mainly when deploying single packages.

in my company we had to revert to use ssdt 16.5 to bypass the problems.
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