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I have sql 2005 and have been told I need to upgrade to sp1 is this a big deal or are there issues with doing this also looking for the steps to complete thank you
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Hi, Microsoft always recommned to upgrade your server with latest patch.
ya, Microsoft says that some bug has been fixed and may be u will some of the issue in SSIS after installation.

now you should check the service pack 2 also.

there is no big deal but i suggest you should check what things has been fixed in service pack.
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