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ssis to run in server

Posted on 2014-04-22
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Hello All,

right now there is a ssis job that i kick off manually....how can i put it out it in the server so that it runs like a daily agent? can someone give me the steps?

Thank you
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if your ssis package is in the file system, and I'm guessing it is because you're launching it manually....

log into SSIS (select integration services at login prompt rather than database engine).

Import your package from the file system into SSIS.

Then log into the database engine and create a new job. as one of the job steps, choose your ssis package which will now be available to you.

If you need to make changes to this job though, you can still do through the file system. but after making changes, you must re-import the job to overwrite the one loaded into ssis.
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If you have any SQL Server Edition other than the Express Edition you can use SQL Server Agent, otherwise if you have the Express Edition you will have to resort to using Windows Task Scheduler or some other scheduling application.
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thank you Dulton, this is gold, thank you
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