In this article we will show you the step by step approach for SSIS Package Deployment using BIDS, or SQL Data Tools. For this demonstration we are going to use following Integration Service project. As you can see, it has one and only package.
Before we start deploying the project,. let me show you the configuration of the SSIS package. From the below screenshot you can that, it has one Data Flow task
In Data Flow region, it has one OLE DB Source, and OLE DB Destination
Let me double-click on the OLE DB Source, so that you can see the Table that we used as a source. From the below screenshot you can see, we used Employee Duplicate table present in the SQL Tutorial Database. I suggest you to refer OLE DB Source article to understand the configuration settings.
Let me double-click on the OLE DB Destination, so that you can see the destination Table that we used. From the below screenshot you can see, we used Load Data From SQL table present in the SQL Tutorial Database. I suggest you to refer OLE DB Destination article to understand the destination configuration settings.
SSIS Package Deployment using BIDS
In order to perform SSIS packages Deployment using BIDS or Data Tools, navigate yourself to Solution Explorer window. Here, right-click on the Project, and select the Deploy option from the context menu.
Once you select the Deploy option, a new window called Integration Services Deployment Wizard will be opened as we shown below. This is an introduction page, and by clicking the Do not Show this Page Again, you can avoid this page.
Select Destination: This page is used to specify the destination
- Server Name: Please specify the SQL Server instance. Named instance that you use while accessing Database.
- Path: You have to specify the Integration Service catalog path. If you haven’t created a catalog then please refer Create SSIS Catalog article to understand the steps.
Here, we are selecting the named instance PRASAD.
You can see that the Path is enabled automatically, after selecting the Server name
We are selecting the Deploying Projects Part 1 folder under the SSISDB catalog as the project path. You can also used New Folder.. button to create new folder under the SSISDB catalog.
Click Next button
Please cross check all the information, and if you find anything wrong then use the Previous button to go back.
Results page will show the result
Let me open the SQL server Management Studio, and please navigate to Integration Services Catalog -> SSISDB -> Deploying Projects Part 1 -> projects under the Object explorer will show the newly deployed project.
You can Execute the package by right clicking the Package, and select Execute.. option from the context menu
It will display the following window. If you have any parameters then it will show them here, and you can also check the connection manager setting as well.
Click OK button because I want o see the performance report.
You can see the performance report
Click on the View Message hyperlink to see the messages at each event. For example, PreExecute, Posts Execute etc.
As we successfully executed the package from SQL server, let me open the destination table to see the result.
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