Tuesday, January 10, 2012 11:28 AMHello, I am encountering a bit of an issue and would like to know if you can help me out from the goodness of your heart. I have installed SQL SERVER 2012 RC0, SSDT is installed, but when I attempt to create a SSIS package I get the following error: "Microsoft Visual Studio is unable to load this document. To design Integration Services packages in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT). SSDT must be installed by one of SQL SERVER 2012 RC0 editions: Standard, Enterprise, Developer, and Evaluation. To install SSDT, run SQL Server setup and select SQL Server Data Tools."
My question to you is how can the software be installed, opens, but not recognize that it is installed? Are you aware of any issue such as this?
The software was installed with SQL SERVER 2012 RC0 Developer Edition. SSDT is the splash screen and option I have available under this program's folder. So, why can't I start SQL Server Integration Services properly? Let me know if you need a screenshot or -cast of how I encountered the issue.
Sunday, January 22, 2012 3:57 PM
Jan 22nd and no reply on this? I get the same hen/egg problem in my installation
Tuesday, January 24, 2012 3:48 AM
Yeah I tried calling on the phone got no where fast. I am bumbed because I want to actually evauate the product. I guess they are not interested in my opinion about it.
I can't evaluate something I can't use :(