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SSIS - Saved to database


SSIS - Saved to database

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river1
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Hi,

I have a made a SSIS through the import data wizard. I asked the wizard to save the SSIS pakage into the database but now I can not see it.

Where are the SSIS packages saved for when you use the wizard import data wizard to create them?

Are they stored as stored procedures?

I don't have integrated services installed on my machine.

Thank you
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Have a look at sysssispackages in msdb?
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USE msdb

GO
SELECT * FROM dbo.sysssispackages



That's where they are. To run them, or edit them, you'll need BIDS/SSDT

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Open SSMS
click on the connect drop down and choose integration services
go to "stored packages" => MSDB
Go


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