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nononame2021-4205 asked ZoeHui-MSFT commented

visual studio 2012 how to copy existing ssis and save to new project as new name

I am using VISUAL STUDIO 2012, I have existing ssis package, how can I save copy of that ssis and save into new project

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Hi @nononame2021-4205,

In SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), open the Integration Services project that contains the package that you want to copy.

In Solution Explorer, double-click the package.

Verify either the package to copy is selected in Solution Explorer or the tab in SSIS Designer that contains the package is the active tab

On the File menu, click Save copy <package name> As.

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And then create a new SSIS project, add exiting package.

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If I misunderstand your need, please incorrect me.



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