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What are the steps I take in sql server 2012 to look at a SSIS package?
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depends on where the package in stored. if on file server/windows then you find the package, right-click and open using sql server data tools.

If inside sql server,
1. open SSMS on the host server
2. change the connection type drop down to Sql server integration services
3.expand the trees until you find the package
4. right click on the package to edit or export to the file system to modify a copy of it
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thanks
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