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Create SSIS packages in VS 2010 for SQL Server 2008 R2


Create SSIS packages in VS 2010 for SQL Server 2008 R2

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Hey y'all

Well I guess the title says it all. I need to create a ETL package for a server with SQL 2008 R2 but I have Visual Studio 2010 on my computer. I had already started the package when I realized this potential mistake of mine. Has anyone tried the, am I going to hit a wall when it comes to deploy the package?

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AFAIK you cannot use SSIS with VS2010 (this is documented on MS site and connect items).

Install and use BIDS from the SQL Server 2008 R2 media.


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Basically, as said above, you don't. You use VS 2k8 for SQL 2k8 and 2k5 for 2k5. 2010 is for SQL 2012.


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