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ETL 2005  designer compared with ETL 2012 designer

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Can anyone tell me the difference between the ETL funcationality of SQL 2005 and SQL 2012?

Also can I migrate projects from ETL 2005 to ETL 2012?


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Technically starting with SQL 2005 the "ETL" feature has changed dramatically from DTS packages to SSIS. After that I don't thing the differences are major and I would think the compatibility has been kept. If you deploy or open a SSIS package created on 2005 server  on 2012 should work.
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