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I need help creating a job in SQL Server 2012

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How can I create a job that will execute an SSIS package without creating a schedule for it in SQL server 2012?

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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
which edition of SQL Server 2012?
Where are your packages stored? File system or SSIS catalog?

Thanks.
Rainer
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by:Ryan McCauley
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Are you asking specifically how to create a job that's unscheduled, or do you need help actually creating a job? When you create a SQL Agent job, it's not necessary to create or assign a schedule - in that case, you'd just run the job on demand, rather than on a given schedule.

If you need help actually running the SSIS package, the other link posted will help you do that.
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