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How to Resolve a BIDS 2005 and SQL Server 2008 Compatibility Issue


How to Resolve a BIDS 2005 and SQL Server 2008 Compatibility Issue

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Mohan Kumar
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Thank you for the great article. I am sure that many will find it helpful. Recently I had some problems with my BI studio myself: I had created a SSRS report in 2005, and under no condition would that report run under 2008. A very sad story. I ended up re-creating the same report in 2008 just so I can release it...

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Seems like a lot of trouble to go through. A better option would be to stand up a new 2008 test/upgrade environment on another server to allow developers to continue to support 2005 with their existing development environment. Alternatively if this is not possible, promote 2005 development to 2008 and leave the QA environment on 2005 to match production. The new 2008 replaces existing development upon production upgrade. QA is then upgraded shortly after production.



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Instead of creating new SPs (with old names) calling the existing ones (with new names), it would be better to create synonyms...
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I had to add the following stored procedure to be able to save in SSIS package

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_dts_getfolder]
@name sysname,
@parentfolderid uniqueidentifier
AS
SELECT
folder.folderid,
folder.foldername,
folder.parentfolderid,
parent.foldername
FROM
sysssispackagefolders folder
LEFT OUTER JOIN
sysssispackagefolders parent
ON
folder.parentfolderid = parent.folderid
WHERE
folder.foldername = @name AND
(folder.parentfolderid = @parentfolderid OR
(@parentfolderid IS NULL AND folder.parentfolderid IS NULL))
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Good info. Still reeling under 2005 and only got couple of Dev servers in 2008. But it's good to know info before in time.

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Thanks for the article-- this was a lifesaver for me.

Same scenario as you, I believe: SQL2008 database but SQL 2005 SSIS packages that needed to be run. It's absurd that you had to create all those aliases; didn't Microsoft have any backward compatibility in mind on this subject?
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