How to find/edit SSIS packages in SQL Server 2008

Hello,

In SQL Server 2008, I have created a SSIS package by using the "Import Data" wizard.  I know that this package exists because when I try to create a job, I am able to reference this SSIS package when creating one of the job steps.

However, I am unable to find this SSIS package in the Object Explorer in SQL Server Mgmt Studio.  Anyone know where I can look?

Thanks
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Megan BrooksSQL Server ConsultantCommented:
It saves it wherever you tell it to. If you saved it to a file, try looking in your My Documents directory.

You could also create another similar (same source & destination) package using the wizard and look to see where it offers to save the package by default.

If you saved to SQL Server, you are not going to find a file. In that case you can see the package by connecting to the SSIS server ("Integration Services" option). Again, creating a similar package using the wizard can show you which SQL Server  was used by default.
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hpsuserAuthor Commented:
Thanks, it now appears the problem has to do with the service not being started and/or logins not working, so I think the problem needs to be worked from that angle with our DBA's.
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hpsuserAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I think the problem has to do with the service not being started and/or login issues.  Need to work the issue with our DBA's.
Thanks for responding!
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