DataSource Controls :: Installing (sql Server 2005) SSIS Packages On SQL Server 2008?
Feb 25, 2010
Previous developers have developed a .SSISDeploymentManifest file (SQL Server 2005) to install SSIS packages which prompts a Package Installation wizard. I tried to install it on SQL Sever 2008 (it works on SQL Server 2005), but it failed with the error: "Storing or modifying packages in SQL Server requires the SSIS runtime and database to be the same version. Storing packages in earlier versions is not supported".
How do I install 2005 SSIS packages on SQL Server 2008? I have all the .dtsx files, not sure how to install them?
I have been attempting to install sql server express 2008 but have come across problems. I downloaded it via web platform installer and it ran the install process, and I thought this would be it, but then upon creating some wizard log in controls on a website they won't work because its not installed. Then i relised I can't actually run the program, only some of its features. I then found the Installation centre and thought, oh I haven't actually installed it yet, and when I select new SQL server stand-alone installation or add features, instead of going through the process like it states on tutorials for installs, it asks me to browse for installation media, which I do not have because I downloaded the express edition.
I have trouble installing SQL Server 2008 Developer Edition. I am using Windows XP SP3. I have also installed Microsoft .NET framework 3.5 SP1 just prior to installing SQL Server 2008. The following error messages appeared during installation:
The sites that I've got are still in classic ASP. I know this is a good reason to move to .net but I don't want to have to redo all the sites yet.
So here is the problem:
When I have "On Error Resume Next" no erros get posted and everything runs just fine, the pulls from the database work perfectly. But as soon as we take On error resume next we start getting the following erros: err#424err desc:Object requiredsql:SELECT Name,URL,Title FROM tblMenu WHERE Parent_ID=1 AND Deleted=0 ORDER BY SortOrderScript Name: /index2.asp
I used SQL SERVER 2008 R2 express as my web development database and I set its compatibility level to 2005. Unfortunately this database cannot be be attached to SQL server 2005. Are there any other options?
I am migrating a project from C#.Net (Console Application that acts as a server) to SSIS 2005 based one as the task involves around Database. I can able to use only VB.Net in SSIS 2005 version. The problem is, the C# code has XSD, XSL operations over XML along with XML processing such as XML creation/generation, compressing the file, and saving the file into DB. As it looks like the above operations are not achieved without using VB.Net in SSIS, I am blindly converting into VB.Net inside SSIS.
Also, I would like to know how to import/create XSD files in VB.Net in SSIS. It is not like Visual Studio to add a new XSD file and design the same that allows generating the appropriate code.
For your information, I am using Typed DataSet.XSD file in C# which needs to be converted into VB.Net in SSIS. There is no provision to add Typed DataSet XSD files into VB.Net in SSIS 2005.
i had the sql 2008 enterprise and i want to go back to sql server 2005 because in 2008 i created new database but when i did some changes in the table , it gave me an eror that i cant save thins and i need to creat new one if some one know what i'm talking aboutif not i need the sql server installation tutorial i tried by myself but probebly i did it wrong and now i cant connect well to the sql
I am trying to install just Reporting Services one a different server than the one that hosts the SQL Server 2005 database. Can someone point me to any type of documentation or a step by step instruction that can help. One more thing, none of the two machines is part of a domain.
I have spent days trying to solve this problem and still stuck with this and I have posted some questions already on this website, but didn't get satisfactory answers. I am trying to be more clear this time and hope to get a better answer. I have gone through this article already [URL] and here are my issues (I need to run the SSIS package from ASP.NET) option 1 is not suitable for me, because it may recycle worker process if it consumes memory is also not suitable because of security issues in creating a new process and passing the context to new process looks very complicated for me (according to the support article) option 3 is not suitable because using SQL Server Agent to run SSIS package is not allowed by the company I am working for(I guesss it requires installation of db engine on application server, not sure). but SSIS is installed on the application server. option 4&5 will have the same issues as options 1&2.
I have created my database in SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition and now planning to tranfer this databse to another server, But this other server is SQL Server Standard Edition, So if i try to attach my database which is created in Enterprise Edition will get sucesully connected to Standard Version ? or i will get any error message or i am doing something wrong ? This situation is fine or Version should be kept same ?