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Have I used SSIS and not know it?

Posted on 2011-03-03
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With SQL Server 2005 and 208 I have used MS SQL Management Studio for various tasks, including importing, exporting and logging.

Did this include SSIS? Or would that have required a new installation to get SSIS?

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Yes.  The import\export wizard uses ssis in the background.  
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But on a job interview asking for SSIS, I can't really say I have used SSIS.  Or can I?
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No.  SSIS takes some time to learn.  You would misleading the potential employer.  
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Thanks.
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