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SQL2005, How to add package to Package Store?

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You can import packages that are stored in an instance of Microsoft SQL Server, in the file system, or in the SSIS package store. The imported packages are saved to a folder in the SSIS package store.

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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms141235.aspx
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Ok, I'll try that,,thanks
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