Hi, I hope you can help me. I'm a total newbie to SSIS but have written SQL stored procedures, used the job scheduler, and DTS packages at my previous job. I'm working on a new installation, and think some use of SSIS would help the users here get some information the rather lame ERP system holds but doesn't provide efficiently. My problem, and I feel really dumb about this, is that I don't know how to access SSIS. I am using Microsoft SQL Server management Studio, and it wouldn't suprise me if I have SSIS right under my nose but don't know how to find it. Any tips for me would be appreciated.
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