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Package vanishes are dropped to DB in SSMS 2012

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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_28117665.html


I dragged and dropped the 2008 R2 SSIS package into the SSMS 2012. But I don’t see the ssis package under the target DB node. Can someone point me?
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If you have imported your SSIS 2008 R2 package into SSDT 2012 (you don't need to drag 'n' drop - just open the .sln file in 2012 and it will get converted) then your best way of getting the packages out there to make jobs of them is to use the Deploy option ( right-click the Solution Node ( the top-most node ) in the Solution Explorer ) for the solution.

Rather than go through the whole thing here, take a look at this link (and part two) and try it out.

hth

Mike
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Thanks Mike :)
This is very useful to know
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