Deploying Package to SQL Server Integration Services Catalog (SSISDB) from Visual Studio (SSDT)

Deploying packages to SQL Server from SSDT is straightforward. We can either deploy the project or an individual SSIS Package i.e. Project Deployment or Package Deployment. (SQL Server 2016 Onwards).

Here we will see the package deployment.

Right-click the package that we would like to deploy and select Deploy Package.

This opens the Integration Services Deployment Wizard

Click on Next and Specify Server Name and the credentials to connect to the SQL Server an click on Connect.

For the Path specify the existing Project or create a new Project in SSID where we would like to deploy our packages.

Review the details and if all the information is correct, click on Deploy.

The result page would show the status of the deployment.

Inside Integration Service Catalogs we can see our Package Deployed.

Another option for deploying the package is through the Deploy Project option of the Project inside SQL Server Management Studio’s SSIDB node.

It will open the Integration Service Deployment Wizard.

And after selecting the Package folder we can click on Next and follow the wizard as we had done earlier to deploy the package.

We can also run the Wizard directly from Windows Explorer or command prompt – IsDeploymentWizard.exe

Through Stored Procedure à


[catalog].[deploy_packages] [ @folder_name = ] folder_name, [ @project_name = ] project_name, [ @packages_table = ] packages_table, [ @operation_id OUTPUT ] operation_id OUTPUT ]

Through Management Object Model API.

Hope it helps..

Author: Nishant Rana

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