SSIS on Linux supports RedHat in SQL Server 2017 RC1

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First published on MSDN on Jul 19, 2017
Dear all,

I am very pleased to announce that SSIS on Linux supports RedHat in SQL Server 2017 RC1. Besides Ubuntu, you can install SSIS on RedHat and execute your packages.

If you have any feedbacks on it, please email me directly ( ).

Install SSIS on RedHat

To install the mssql-server-is Package on RedHat, follow these steps:

1. Enter superuser mode.

$ sudo su

2. Download the Microsoft SQL Server Red Hat repository configuration file.

$ curl > /etc/yum.repos.d/mssql-server.repo

3. Exit superuser mode.

$ exit

4. Run the following commands to install SQL Server Integration Services.

$ sudo yum install -y mssql-server-is

5. After installation, please run ssis-conf.

$ sudo /opt/ssis/bin/ssis-conf setup

6. Once the configuration is done, set path.

$ export PATH=/opt/ssis/bin:$PATH

7. Copy your SSIS package to your Linux machine and run.

$ dtexec /F "your package" /DE "protection password"

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