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Copying SSIS packages from SQL Server 2008 to 2014

Posted on 2014-12-04
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I need to copy ssis packages from one server to another, so far I was using dtutil but without any success
I do have 2012 sql server with packages in msdb and I need to move them to 2014 sql server to msdb
 I ran dtutil on 2012 server and specified  server name for 2014 ,dtutil showed it did work but there are no packages in msdb 2014 server
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As Rui's article says, physically move copies of the development files to the new server and then open each with the 2014 version of SSDT and convert them to 2014-type from 2008-type.  While you're doing it, take to opportunity to document each one, including noting down places where they can be improved, etc. If you're like most normal developers you'll never get the time for a full review except at times like this!

One of the things you will need to do is decide on the new deployment model, but once you've done that life becomes much easier!

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Mike
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