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I want to run someone else's SSIS package, which file do they need to send me?


I want to run someone else's SSIS package, which file do they need to send me?

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Shawn, thanks.
Icbidtg (I can't believe I didn't try google:w00tSmile. I didn't think it could be about the type of connection. Thanks for the next lead.
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Shawn, I've been googling but OData links are sparse.
I want to create an OData source in a new Project/package but there's no Source Connection Manager called that in my sources lists. What do I need to install to have one of those/ where can I find what I need to install?
Very much need some help. Thanks.
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KoldCoffee (3/17/2014)
Shawn, I've been googling but OData links are sparse.
I want to create an OData source in a new Project/package but there's no Source Connection Manager called that in my sources lists. What do I need to install to have one of those/ where can I find what I need to install?
Very much need some help. Thanks.


As I am not all that familiar with it myself I would probably ping the person that sent you the package and ask them how they created that type of connection. Things I came across seem like it is a custom setup to create it as SSIS currently does not support OData data sources, it may have been a third party add-on for Visual Studio or SSIS that was used.

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Thanks a lot for that advice. I will try today.
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