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Task 2: Running the Package Installation Wizard

In this task, you will run the Package Installation Wizard to deploy the packages from the Deployment Tutorial project to an instance of SQL Server. Only packages can be installed in the sysssispackages table in the msdb SQL Server database, the supporting files that the deployment bundle includes will be deployed to the file system.

The Package Installation Wizard will guide you through the steps to install and configure the packages. You will install the packages to an instance of SQL Server on the destination computer (the computer to which you copied the deployment bundle. You will also create a folder, C:\DeploymentTutorialInstall, in which the wizard will install the non-package files.

In an earlier lesson, you modified the packages in the tutorial to use configurations. Using the Package Installation Wizard, you will edit these configurations to enable packages to run successfully in the installed-to environment.

To install the packages

  1. On the destination computer, locate the deployment bundle.

    If you used the default value—bin\Deployment—as the location of the deployment utility, the deployment bundle is the Deployment folder in the Deployment Tutorial project.

  2. In the Deployment folder, double-click the manifest file, Deployment Tutorial.SSISDeploymentManifest.

  3. On the Welcome page of the Package Installation Wizard, click Next.

  4. On the Deploy SSIS Packages page, select the SQL Server deployment option, select the Validate packages after installation check box, and then click Next.

  5. On the Specify Target SQL Server page, specify (local), in the Server name box.

  6. If the instance of SQL Server supports Windows Authentication, select Use Windows Authentication; otherwise, select Use SQL Server Authentication and provide a user name and a password.

  7. Verify that the Rely on server storage for encryption check box is cleared.

  8. Click Next.

  9. On the Select Installation Folder page, click Browse.

  10. In the Browse For Folder dialog box, expand My Computer and then click Local Disk (C:).

  11. Click Make New Folder and replace the default name of the new folder, New Folder, with DeploymentTutorialInstall.

    Important noteImportant

    This name is referenced in the value of the environment variables that configurations use. The name of the folder and the reference must match or the package cannot run.

  12. Click OK.

  13. On the Select Installation Folder page, verify that the Folder box contains C:\DeploymentTutorialInstall and then click Next.

  14. On the Confirm Installation page, click Next.

    The wizard installs the packages. After installation is completed, the Configure Packages page opens.

  15. On the Configure Packages page, verify that the Configuration file box lists datatransferconfig.dtsconfig and loadxmldataconfig.dtsconfig.

  16. In the Configuration file list, click datatransferconfig.dtsconfig, expand Property in the Path column of the Configurations box, and update the Value column with the following values:

    Property

    Value

    Updated Value

    \Package.Connections[Deployment Tutorial Log].Properties[ConnectionString]

    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Integration Services\Tutorial\Deploying Packages\Completed Packages\Deployment Tutorial Log

    C:\DeploymentTutorialInstall\Deployment Tutorial Log

    \Package.Connections[NewCustomers].Properties[ConnectionString]

    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Integration Services\Tutorial\Deploying Packages\Sample Data\NewCustomers.txt

    C:\DeploymentTutorialInstall\NewCustomers.txt

  17. In the Configuration file list, click loadxmldataconfig.dtsconfig, expand Property in the Path column of the Configurations box, and update the Value column with the following values:

    Property

    Value

    Updated Value

    \Package.LoadXMLData.Properties[[XML Source].[XMLData]]

    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Integration Services\Tutorial\Deploying Packages\Sample Data\orders.xml

    C:\DeploymentTutorialInstall\orders.xml

    \Package.LoadXMLData.Properties[[XML Source].[XMLSchemaDefinition]]

    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Integration Services\Tutorial\Deploying Packages\Sample Data\orders.xsd

    C:\DeploymentTutorialInstall\orders.xsd

  18. On the Package Validation page, view the validation results of each package installed and then click Next.

    Because the values of the environment variables on the destination computer differ from the values of the environment variables on the development computer, several warnings appear on the Package Validation page. You should expect four warnings:

    • The configuration file: "C:\DeploymentTutorial\DataTransferConfig.dtsConfig" is not valid. Check the configuration file name.

    • Failed to load at least one of the configuration entries in the package. Check configuration entries and previous warnings to see description of which configuration failed.

    • The configuration file: "C:\DeploymentTutorial\LoadXMLDataConfig.dtsConfig is not valid. Check the configuration file name.

    • Failed to load at least one of the configuration entries in the package. Check configuration entries and previous warnings to see description of which configuration failed.

    These warnings do not affect package installation.

    If you did not select the Validate packages after installation option on the Deploy SSIS Packages page, the Package Validation pages does not open and the wizard does not display post-installation information about validation.

  19. On the Finish the Package Installation Wizard page, read the installation summary and then click Finish.

    NoteNote

    A temporary log file is created to use in the package validation. This file is not used when the package runs.

Task 3: Testing the Deployed Packages

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