SSIS Framework Manager CE Version 0.3 is Available

I made a few more changes to SSIS Framework Manager CE (Community Edition).

The latest change is to add fields to specify the Database and Schema names. A customer shared that their enterprise considers the SSIS Catalog database – SSISDB – a system database (which I totally understand). At their request, I built a new collection of SSIS Framework Community Edition scripts for a database named SSISFramework. The customer shared their enterprise does not employ database schemas and insists on all databases using the dbo schema only. The individual with whom I spoke did not know the reason for the dbo-only rule. I simply added the flexibility to use whatever database and schema the customer desired.

I’ve not yet released the updated version of SSIS Framework Community Edition. I plan to do so once testing with this customer is complete.

Designing a similar update to the SSIS Framework commercial editions is more involved, but I am willing to prioritize such an effort if a customer decides they want to purchase a commercial edition of the SSIS Framework and they want similar location flexibility. Drop me a line if that’s you.

It’s all better. Grab the latest bits for free (!) at the SSIS Framework Manager CE page on

As always, your feedback is appreciated.



Andy Leonard

Christian, husband, dad, grandpa, Data Philosopher, Data Engineer, Azure Data Factory, SSIS, and Biml guy. I was cloud before cloud was cool. :{>


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