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how do i create a job to execute my package

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I created a package and I clicked the debug icon and it executes successfully. however, when i go to the agent and try to create job that executes that package it doesn't appear in the list of packages. What do i need to do in order to see the package in the list so tha I can create a job to execute it?
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Thanks. I didn't realize I was suppose to look for the package file. i.e.:

Package source: File System

Browse to select your package file xxx.dtsx

I was able to find the package
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thanks
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