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Where is the DTS Import/Export Wizard on SQL Server 2005?

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I am trying to import an Access 2003 Database into my SQL Server 2005.  However, there is no Enterprise Manager with SQL Server 2005 Evaluation version. I downloaded the SQL Server Management Studio Express and it does not have any import function in it.

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by:Lowfatspread
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do you mean  SSIS?

right click the database
select tasks
and Import/export data is near the bottom of the second drop down
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rboyd56 earned 250 total points
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The SQL Server 2005 Evaluation Edition should have Management Studio with it. Did you install teh Workstation components when you ran setup?

I do not know where it is in the Express Edition of Management Studio, but in the version that comes with SQL Server 2005 you get to the Import Wizard by right clicking on the Management folder under the SQL Server tree.
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by:ptjcb
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SQL Server Integration Services is not available in SQL Server 2005 Express Edition.

You should check your installation for the SQL 2005 Enterprise Evaluation edition. Did you select the Integration Services on the Components to Install page of the installation wizard?

Do you have Visual Studio installed? Have you started a VS project and selected SQL Server Integration?
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