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Editing Integration Services Package

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I'm in a real bind trying to edit an integration services package on SQL 2005.  I ran a data import and then at the end of the wizard just selected to save it as a package.  Now I need to add something to the import and I can't figure out how to open it to do so.

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by:stretch73
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Found a workaround.  Just re-did the import and re-saved the package.  Will need to readdress this when time allows.
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For future reference, I believe the best way to edit an SSIS package is to use Visual Studio 2K5.  If you're really super smart, you can just edit the XML :).

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It is a valid question.  Can you refund the points and leave the question up?

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You got to use SQL SERVER BUSINESS INTELIGENCE STUDIO.
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MNetic, is your SQL Server Business Intelligence Studio not a part of Visual Studio 2K5?  How'd you manage to arrange that?

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