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SSIS 2012 - Build Project


SSIS 2012 - Build Project

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Koen Verbeeck
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In the question, it states that "When you build an SSIS 2012 project in the Project Deployment Model, what kind of file is generated in the /bin/Development folder?"
So, if one create a SSIS 2012 project, either start in the Project Development Model, or convert from SSIS package, then build the project. A .dtsx file also generated in /bin/Development folder.
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Haining (6/9/2012)
In the question, it states that "When you build an SSIS 2012 project in the Project Deployment Model, what kind of file is generated in the /bin/Development folder?"
So, if one create a SSIS 2012 project, either start in the Project Development Model, or convert from SSIS package, then build the project. A .dtsx file also generated in /bin/Development folder.


I tested it again: a created a project in the Project Deployment model, build it in SSDT and checked the /bin/Development folder.
There's only a .ispac file. The .ispac file itself is a .zip file that contains the .dtsx packages.


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Hi, Koen,

Which operating system did you test against to?
Have you try on Windows 7?
What if you create a SSIS project, for example, flat file conversion and load to db first, then you convert to Project Deployment Model?
There are many cases, but your answer may be only one of them.

I tested on Windows 7 Enterprise, using SQL 2012 Developer Edition, and Visual Studio 2010 Team Suite also installed. I started on SSIS new project for flat file conversion and load, then converted it to SSIS Project Deployment Model, i could see both .ispac and .dtsx files within /bin/Development folder. Please note that .ispac file only created when you create the project with Project Development Model, or first time you convert your project to Project Development Model. Later on, the build for the project only create .dtsx file, no more .ispac file.
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The behaviour should not be dependent on the OS.

What is this "SSIS new project for flat file conversion "?
There are only two ways of developing SSIS projects:

* Project Deployment Model: this one is new and is introduced in SQL Server 2012. The question deals with this Model only.

* Legacy Deployment Model: this one corresponds with earlier versions of SSIS (2005 - 2008R2).

It is possible that you had your project first in Legacy Deployment Model, as that Model did copy the .dtsx packages into the bin folder. However, the Project Deployment Model creates an .ispac file and puts the .dtsx inside it.


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The behaviour should not be dependent on the OS.

What is this "SSIS new project for flat file conversion "?
There are only two ways of developing SSIS projects:

* Project Deployment Model: this one is new and is introduced in SQL Server 2012. The question deals with this Model only.

* Legacy Deployment Model: this one corresponds with earlier versions of SSIS (2005 - 2008R2).

It is possible that you had your project first in Legacy Deployment Model, as that Model did copy the .dtsx packages into the bin folder. However, the Project Deployment Model creates an .ispac file and puts the .dtsx inside it.


I had a typo on last reply. It should be Project Deployment Model.
I gave an example of SSIS project for converting flat data file and load to db for testing.
You should also notice that in SQL 2012, it is possible for one to convert legacy deployment model to project deployment model. I did not observe that .dtsx file was inside .ispac file. They were both in /bin/development folder.
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Haining (6/10/2012)
You should also notice that in SQL 2012, it is possible for one to convert legacy deployment model to project deployment model.


Yes, and that's probably where your confusion comes from.
My guess is that you had your SSIS project in legacy deployment first, hence the .dtsx files in the bin folder and then converted it to the project deployment model, which creates the .ispac file.


Create an entire new project from scratch and make sure you use the deployment model only. Add a few packages, build the project and check the folder. There should be only a .ispac file.


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No confusion.
Your answer just had one of the possible cases, but not all.
Would you consider legacy project in your question?
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Haining (6/11/2012)
No confusion.
Your answer just had one of the possible cases, but not all.
Would you consider legacy project in your question?


No. The question is about project deployment model and which type of file it generates. And it generates only a .ispac file as far as I know of.


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Interesting question, thanks, Koen
I have a lot to learn re SSIS 2012 it would seem.

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