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I have a Master and child package.  When I added the child package it automatically added the package in the file system.  The way I added the package was, right click on SSIS package, and then 'New SSIS Package'.  It went straight to file system.  How can I add it to SQL Server system so that when I call it from the parent package I can select SQL Server system?

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Explain better what is you goal.
You can have SSIS in filesystem or inside database. You have deployment wizard to publish the ssis packages or you can manually do that in SQL Server management studio.
Gime me more details
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You can do it one of two ways...

1. In Visual Studios, open your child package and go to File > Save Copy of [package name] As... and type in the server name and choose the package path and name the package.

2. Open SSMS and connect to the Integration Services for the server you want the package to reside on.  In Stored Packages, right click on MSDB, and choose Import Package.  Select File System and locate the package.
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the parant package exists in sql server.  I needed to add another package.  When I did, it placed it under file system.  I added an execute package task in the parent package and I was only able to call the child package from file system.  So, my question is how can I place the child package under sql server?  
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You have to create the package on the file system, and once it's complete, use my previous instructions to export it to SQL Server.
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Dear Friends,
Connect to SSIS server
search for MSDB folder
right-click and select import package
Go to file browser and search for dtsx file (your package)

If you dont see MSDB, you need to add permissions to the user in some rules in MSDB system database
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Thanks aaronakin!!
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