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Where is SSIS?

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I have SQL Server 2008 installed - I'm not sure what version, probably developer edition.

I can't see SSIS installed anywhere - I have SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio, SSMS and various other tools (profiler etc). I can't see it in the programs list anyway.

I also have VS 2008 installed.

Do I have SSIS, if not how do I get it?

This is on my development machine - it is Windows 7 64 bit.


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Question by:purplesoup
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by:PedroCGD
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Go to control panel, goto to SERVICES and search for SQL Server Integration Services... Is it there?
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by:lcohan
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Any SQL IMPORT/EXPORT database task you will perform from SQL 2008 SSMS is using SSIS
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by:EvilPostIt
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As per PedroCGD's comment. "SQL Server Integration Services" will be underneath the services window if it is installed. If not you will need to re-run the installation and select SSIS.
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by:purplesoup
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ok I do have SQL Server Integration Services 10.0 in services.

I do have an import and export data entry, but this is just a wizard.

I asked the question because I just watched a video from SQL Share

http://www.sqlshare.com/showitem.aspx?id=44D341A4-A57F-4ADB-B011-9C7D4C0CC729

and would like to try using SSIS. In the video it shows an SSIS package within Visual Studio, where you drag and drop items (such as a data flow task) into the package - it is this I want to use.
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Ok so start your VS, go to File menu and say new then select "Integration Services Project" and go from there.
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by:EvilPostIt
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What you would have seen on SQLShare is just the development area which will work on any machine. SSIS in essense is just a service which runs packages with no real visual interface.

Once you have completed the package you would deploy it to a SQL Server or filesystem and use SSIS to execute the package.

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by:PedroCGD
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You need to install the visual studio module for SSIS, SSAS and SSRS tools... This is BIDS Business Intelligence Development Studio.... You have this module with the SQL Server software...
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by:purplesoup
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Thanks for all your help - I'm up and running now
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