Catalog Compare For Migration

Andy Leonard shows how to use Catalog Compare to migrate SSIS 2014 to 2016:

I recently tried to use the SSISDB Upgrade Wizard to upgrade a restored SSISDB (backed up in an earlier version) to SQL Server 2016. It didn’t go well.

I decided to use SSIS Catalog Compare to generate the scripts and ISPAC files from the previous instance, and deploy them to the SSIS 2016 Catalog.

“You Can Do That?”

Yes. Yes you can. Here’s how…

This is a paid product, but if you want to perform this upgrade, it sounds like a good tool for the job.

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