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SSIS 2010 Convert to SSIS 2013 On Different Box

Posted on 2016-08-19
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Hi Experts,

First I should say I am new to conversions in SSIS.

I have brought several SSIS Packages over from BoxA to BoxB
I opened VS2013
opened each package that I wanted to convert.
I was asked to convert the package. Clicked next until finished.
Looked at any errors and corrected mostly scripts by <edit script> selecting Build on the top, and Build again.
Saved.  Hope this is correct on how to build each script, if not please give details.

Went back into each package and:
Checked variables by right click and selecting variables and looking to see if any mention of BoxA.  Hope this is correct for checking if variables are pointing toward the old BoxA, if not please give details.
Checked connection Manager to <test connection>.

Now I have to Build the Job Please send details on what this means?

Please help and thanks...
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in visual studio click 'debug' This will compile the project and run it.
Perhaps working through this walk through https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms169917.aspx will help
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So when I compile does it actually run the SSIS package?  I would not want it to run until I check that any of the package(s) do not write to tables.   If so I would want to put a stop before any write(s) to prevent any changes to data.  I know that all the packages work.  All I am doing is coping from BoxA to BoxB and upgrading these packages from VS2010 To VS2013

Please help and thanks
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Great thanks
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