SSISDB DACPAC

Bill Fellows runs into a bit of trouble generating a DACPAC of the SSISDB database:

Creating a DACPAC is easy*. Within SSMS, you simply select the database node, Tasks, Extract Data-Tier Application. I had need to get a database reference to the SSISDB for some reporting we were building out so I clicked along my merry way.

Looks like the command line works just fine, at least.

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