For some reason , you can’t develop SSIS 2012 Packages on Visual Studio 2012 , the Business Intelligence Projects of the Sql Server 2012 resides on Visual Studio 2010
On the other hand I have problem updating SqlServer 2012 Stored Procedures on the Visual Studio 2010 … but that’s another story
I can’t see my SSIS 2012 toolbox in Visual Studio 2010
Usually when the Visual Studio Toolbox doesn’t appear correctly .. I go out and do the following :
- Open a Visual Studio Command Prompt ( from the “Visual Studio Tool” sub-menu )
- And write or “devenv /resetsettings” or “devenv /ResetSkipPkgs”
( more in here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/ms241276(v=vs.100).aspx )
The other option I’ve learned on my search for solution is that
For Visual Studio 2010 delete certain files that serve the same purpose
… ok , after this didn’t work , finally found it !
( in this part , a picture is the best solution for “what & where” )
it seems that two buttons were added for this , just click each one of them !