Integration Services Deployment Wizard
Applies To: SQL Server 2016
The Integration Services Deployment Wizard supports two deployment models: Project deployment model and Package deployment model. The Project Deployment model allows you to deploy a SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) project as a single unit to the SSIS Catalog and is the same model that was supported in SQL Server 2012/2014. The Package Deployment model allows you to deploy packages that you have updated to the SSIS Catalog without out the need to deploy the whole project. The default deployment is the Project Deployment model.
You can launch the Deployment Wizard by typing SQL Server Deployment Wizard in Windows Search menu bar or by searching for the executable file ISDeploymentWizard.exe under SQL Server installation folder such as “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\130\DTS\Binn”. If you see the Introduction page, click Next to switch to the Select Source page. The settings on this page are different for each deployment model. Follow steps in the Project Deployment Model section or Package Deployment Model section based on the model you selected in this page.
To deploy a project deployment file that you created, select Project deployment file and enter the path to the .ispac file. To deploy a project that resides in the Integration Services catalog, select Integration Services catalog, and then enter the server name and the path to the project in the catalog. Click Next to see the Select Destination page.
To select the destination folder for the project in the Integration Services catalog, enter the SQL Server instance or click Browse to select from a list of servers. Enter the project path in SSISDB or click Browse to select it. Click Next to see the Review page.
The page allows you to review the settings you have selected. You can change your selections by clicking Previous, or by clicking any of the steps in the left pane. Click Deploy to start the deployment process.
After the deployment process is complete, you should see the Results page. This page displays the success or failure of each action. If the action fails, click the Failed in the Result column to display an explanation of the error. Click Save Report... to save the results to an XML file or Click Close to exit the wizard..
The Select Source page in the Integration Services Deployment Wizard shows settings specific to the package deployment model when you selected the Package Deployment option for the deployment model.
To select the source packages, click Browse… button to select the folder that contains the packages or type the folder path in the Packages folder path textbox and click Refresh button at the bottom of the page. Now, you should see all the packages in the specified folder in the list box. By default, all the packages are selected. Click the checkbox in the first column to choose which packages you want to be deployed to server.
Refer to the Status and Message columns to verify the status of package. If the status is set to Ready or Warning, the deployment wizard would not block the deployment process. Whereas, if the status is set to Error, the wizard would not proceed further to deploy selected packages. To view the detailed Warning/Error messages, click the link in the Message column.
If the sensitive data or package data are encrypted with a password, type the password in the Password column and click the Refresh button to verify whether the password is accepted. If the password is correct, the status would change to Ready and the warning message will disappear. If there are multiple packages with the same password, select the packages with the same encryption password, type the password in the Password textbox and click Apply button. The password would be applied to the selected packages.
If the status of all the selected packages is not set to Error, the Next button will be enabled so that you can continue with the package deployment process.
After selecting package sources, click Next button to switch to the Select Destination page. Packages must be deployed to a project in the SSIS Catalog (SSISDB). Therefore, before deploying packages, please ensure the destination project already exists in the SSIS Catalog. , otherwise create an empty project.In the Select Destination page, type the server name in the Server Name textbox or click the Browse… button to select a server instance. Then click the Browse… button next to Path textbox to specify the destination project. If the project does not exist, click the New project… to create an empty project as the destination project. The project MUST be created under a folder.
Click Next on the Select Destination page to switch to the Review page in the Integration Services Deployment Wizard. In the review page, review the summary report about the deployment action. After the verification, click Deploy button to perform the deployment action.
After the deployment is complete, you should see the Results page. In the Results page, review results from each step in the deployment process. On the Results page, click Save Report to save the deployment report or Close to the close the wizard.
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