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Upgrade One File?


Upgrade One File?

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Whisper9999
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Is it possible to upgrade just one SSIS package? Basically I've got a 2005 SSIS package and I'd like to upgrade it to 2012 Data Tools but the only method I see described is the Upgrade Wizard that does everything at once.

How can I just upgrade one SSIS package at a time?
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Simply create a new SSIS 2012 project and right click on packages and add your existing packages one at a time.
That should do the job.

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MarkusB (9/20/2013)
Simply create a new SSIS 2012 project and right click on packages and add your existing packages one at a time.
That should do the job.


Okay,

Here is what I did in Visual Studio 2010 Shell:

1. I copied a 2005 package to one of our dev servers.
2. I added it into Data Tools and now I can see the package in the Solution Explorer under Integration Service Project 1/SSIS Packages.
3. I then clicked on the project and went to the menu and did Project/Upgrade All Packages
4. It brings up the Package Upgrade Wizard and I click Next.
5. It then takes me to a Select Packages page but there are no packages.

Why is my package not being picked up the Package Upgrade Wizard?
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