Create a New Integration Services Project
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This procedure creates a new project and a new Integration Services solution.
To create a new Integration Services project
Open SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT).
On the File menu, point to New, and then click Project.
In the New Project dialog box, in the Templates pane, select the Integration Services Project template.
The Integration Services Project template creates an Integration Services project that contains a single, empty package.
(Optional) Edit the project name and the location.
The solution name is automatically updated to match the project name.
To create a separate folder for the solution file, select Create directory for solution. This is the default option.
If source control software is installed on the computer, select Add to source control to associate the project with source control.
If the source control software is Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, the Visual SourceSafe Login dialog box opens. In Visual SourceSafe Login, provide a user name, a password, and the name of the Microsoft Visual SourceSafe database. Click Browse to locate the database.
To view and change the selected source control plug-in and to configure the source control environment, click Options on the Tools menu, and then expand the Source Control node.
Click OK to add the solution to Solution Explorer and add the project to the solution.