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New Forum Suggestion: 2008 Integration Services


New Forum Suggestion: 2008 Integration Services

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Orlando Colamatteo
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I think we are missing a forum specific to "SQL Server 2008 Integration Services". A couple options that popped in:

Option 1:
a. Create a new Forum called "Integration Services" (similar to what we have for "Reporting Services")
b. Move "SQL Server 2005 Integration Services" from the "SQL Server 2005" forum into this new forum
c. Add new "SQL Server 2008 Integration Services" forum to this new forum

Option 2:
a. Add new "SQL Server 2008 Integration Services" forum to existing "SQL Server 2008" forum

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Steve Jones
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I have tried to slide SSIS questions to the Integration Services forum (http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Forum364-1.aspx) under the data warehousing forum: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Group408.aspx

I could do an SS2K8 specific one, but I'm not sure it's really needed. What I'd rather do is try to add tags to these forums for versions, and I'm hoping to convince someone that is a good project.

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I like that idea. It would definitely reduce the number of forums and make sure people are in the right place. That's how things are organized on the mothership's forums however they do not have a place to pick your version and it's rare that people state it in their post.

My two cents based on how I look for topics I am interested in and want to answer in my news reader...

I kind of like knowing the product version the post is for when reading the summaries and before popping over to the site. Would you still offer separate RSS feeds by Forum and Version?

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I'm not sure what that would do to the RSS feeds. Right now those are by forum, and adding in feeds by tags complicates things immensely. I'd like to say yes, but not sure right now.

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