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Will SSIS/SSRS/SSAS ever get added to the VS 2019 installer as workloads/individual components to assist with developer visibility? With the new way of having them as extensions that need to be searched for and installed makes for extra work to configure a VS instance. Also, not sure if this is inte...
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@BarneyL, the EULA of VS 2019 community edition has a section that specifically allows usage without user number restriction as long as you only use the SSDT components (including SSIS). Refer to https://aka.ms/AA4j4dx.
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What do enterprise sized organisations who aren't allowed to use the community edition under the EULA and don't have professional or enterprise licences use to install SSDT 2019?
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@jbleach , support for SQL Server 2012 was added back in SSDT version 15.9.0. Please refer to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssdt/release-notes-ssdt?view=sql-server-2017#1590-ssdt-for-vs-2017. It is also available in the SSIS extension for VS 2019.
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I like the direction this is headed, but did you really have to remove the Sql Server 2012 Target Server option from the latest versions of SSDT? As developers we finally got Visual Studio to a point that we could support the newer servers and the older servers, and now we have to take a step back t...
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