SSIS 2012 -Template

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  • Ron McCullough

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    Nice question - learned something new from it .. THANKS

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    Very nice question, thanks.

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  • TomThomson

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    Nice question.

    The answer seemed a bit obvious though - the phrase " Import Project Wizard" suggested that importing an SSIS project would be what was happening, and that seemed to exclude importing SSIS (not a project; I haven't a clue what that option could mean), upgrading a package, and importing a bunch of DTS packages which leaves just two possibilities.

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    Nice question Pramod. Thanks!

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  • Vinay Kumar

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    Nice question - learned something new from it .. THANKS

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  • Raghavendra Mudugal

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    Thank you for the question, good one.

    (A week ago I installed the SSDT-BI with VS 2012, there I was looking in to the new projects and its little descriptions what each one do, and I the selected answers accordingly.. and guess what "descriptions" are correct ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

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    L' Eomot Inversรฉ (8/4/2013)


    Nice question.

    The answer seemed a bit obvious though - the phrase " Import Project Wizard" suggested that importing an SSIS project would be what was happening, and that seemed to exclude importing SSIS (not a project; I haven't a clue what that option could mean), upgrading a package, and importing a bunch of DTS packages which leaves just two possibilities.

    +1

    Nice question for a monday morning though - ease into the week...

  • Iulian -207023

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    Nice one , thanks , Iulian

  • Anipaul

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    New for me..Nice one....

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  • Thomas Abraham

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    Thanks for the question. Don't use SSIS, so I had to dig a bit. Got me going in the right direction. Ah, Monday ...

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  • Duncan Pryde

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    Thanks for the question. Good to have one on SSIS for a change.

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  • Tee Time

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    Nice question! Happy Monday! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • palotaiarpad

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    Upgrade a project would be also possible or? Use the Integration Services Import Project Wizard create a new Integration Services project based on an existing one.

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