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Use only SSIS 2012 with dbs left on 2008R2


Use only SSIS 2012 with dbs left on 2008R2

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Hello,

I have a client that is not ready to migrate to SQL Server 2012, and actually just finished a migration to 2008R2. Our licenses grant us to SQL 2012, but downgraded to match the production environment.

My question is: Are there any possible negative side-effects to using only the SSIS portion of 2012, but using the SQL server half of 2008.

Main driver: Allow tighter/easier TFS integration with VS 2010, to move away from VS2008. Plus, a lot of the features in SSIS 2012 would help solve some pain points we've seen in our ETLs.

Thanks!!!
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