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Running SSIS 2008 packages on an SSIS 2005 Environment

Posted on 2011-03-05
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Can anyone tell me how (or if it is even possible) to run packages developed using SSIS 2008 in an environment that is running SSIS 2005?  I have a situation where some of my developers are running SSIS 2008 to create packages, but the production environment is still running SSIS 2005.  Is it necessary for me to upgrade my production environment to run these packages?
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No, you can't run SSIS packages created in 2008 to run on 2005..
You need to upgrade your Production environment to SQL Server 2008 to get it work.
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thanks
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