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Hello, I'm hoping to have some help from experienced developers who work with MS SQL Server. I really tried calling Microsoft about this, ask questions, look into different websites and blogs and I couldn't get a straight answer.
Hence, I appeal to you.

Will the SQL Server 2012 Developer Edition allow you to connect with the SSIS folders?
I know for a fact that Express edition won't.

Thank you
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ZurdoDev 10-Dec-14 12:52pm    
What SSIS folders? SSIS is a Visual Studio project. Are you saying you want to see SSIS in Sql Management Studio? DTS was that way but SSIS is a VS project.
Homero Rivera 10-Dec-14 13:33pm    
In Object Explorer use 'Connect' (top menu), and there's
-Database Engine
-Analysis Seervices
-Integration Services
-Reporting Services
-Azure Storage

Using the Integration Services option should lead you to the SSIS Folders in the server, where you can import/export SSIS packages.
I know it's not the recommended standard, but that's what I need right now ;)

Thank you!
ZurdoDev 10-Dec-14 13:51pm    
You're right. I had forgotten. See solution below.
Maciej Los 10-Dec-14 13:28pm    
What you mean by saying: "to connect with the SSIS folders"?
Homero Rivera 10-Dec-14 13:34pm    
Please see reply I made to RyanDev's inquiries. Thank you!

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If you google for sql server compare editions you can find the links. Here is one:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645993(v=sql.110).aspx[^]

It says that developer has the same feature set as Enterprise and SSIS is on the list.
 
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Maciej Los 10-Dec-14 13:54pm    
5ed!

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