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How to TEST run a SSIS Package in my DEVELOPMENT Server?

Posted on 2014-02-10
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I have a SSIS Package in PRODUCTION that I need to run in my DEVELOPMENT Environment to analyze how long the package takes to run.

How do I simply do a TEST RUN of this SSIS Package??

Do I simply go to my DEV Server, LOGIN to Visual Studio 2010, OPEN the Package and run it within VS2010...??

Please list the steps I need to take in order to RUN this package for testing.

Thanks
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copy over the package & config file(if you have any) to your dev environment and change the connection strings in your configuration file or change the connections in your package manually and run it
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Download BIDS helper, it's a free plugin that has a tool to benchmark the performance...

check this article here
www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/SSIS/A_6615-SSIS-Performance-considerations.html
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