What’s Inside an SSIS 2012 .ispac File?

If you’re curious, you can rename the .ispac file and give it a .zip extension, and extract. Voila, we see all the files that make up the ispac – a manifest, your DTSX files, and a .param file. Also note that the manifest does not have the usual long .ssisDeploymentManifest extension.

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About Zaim Raza

7 Years of professional experience in Business intelligence using SQL Server and Microsoft SharePoint/.net Technologies. Experience in Data warehousing, Data Modeling, Data profiling, Data Integration, Data cleansing, consultations and enterprise reporting. I want to work for organization where I am able to utilize my skills, experience and knowledge to transform the technology into business value.
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2 Responses to What’s Inside an SSIS 2012 .ispac File?

  1. Reblogged this on SSIS and Sql Server Journey and commented:
    voila..

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