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SSIS package version control


SSIS package version control

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Tim Mitchell
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Is anyone using any sort of version control tools for SSIS packages? If so, what are you using and how has it worked out for you?

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I am working with Team Foundation Server to do the version controling with SSIS which seems to be a great tool.

It is intergrated with Visual Studio so that you have less troubules.






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I'm using Visual Source Safe. It's not bad if you can set up the project structure correctly; I'm still trying to find the optimal structure. Do you put all 'files' associated with a package in one project and shared into a separate one, or do you put each 'file' type into its own folder?

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We're using TortoiseSVN and it works like a charm. Searching for previous versions is great and the software is free.

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Matt Horton (3/6/2008)
We're using TortoiseSVN and it works like a charm. Searching for previous versions is great and the software is free.

Matt H.

How does it integration with integration services? no pun intended Wink
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It's basically file based, so you check in the solution that your working with and then commit changes to the dtsx files as they occur. It's worked well for us so far.

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cool, thanks.

it would be super-great if microsoft would add a "date modified" to their summary report in integration services proper, or a right-click to show information about a package, such as when it was loaded into integration services... but that's just me wishing.
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Is there a way to see when the SSIS package is modified? or any version history available from system table/view?
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You can search for previous versions through SVN, but SQL server doesn't store previous versions as far as I am aware.
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Thank you Matt.

system table dbo.sysdtspackages90, Is createdate column for originally “created” date only? If any change/modify for SSIS package, does the column reflect the change respectively which means showing the modified date?
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