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I was look for a good resource to learning SQL Server business Studio and in particular SSIS packages, any sugguestions?

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I would be interested in this as well. Sadly I haven't found anything beyond the very very basics myself (i.e. not enough for any sort of real-world scenario) – Wayne M Apr 14 '11 at 12:50
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MSDN is always a good resource, here are a couple of good links:

Having been through this recently - I suggest getting your hands dirty as soon as possible and then google the various tools you think you need until you find the one you actually do need. You'll build up your knowledge along the way, and I find that finding out why a tool is the wrong tool for a job helps me get an a better understanding of why it might the right tool later on.

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