Integration Services Backward Compatibility

 

Updated: June 14, 2016

Applies To: SQL Server 2016

This topic describes changes between versions of SQL Server Integration Services. It covers features that are no longer available or are scheduled to be removed in a future release. It also describes changes to the product that are known to break, or to change the behavior of, an existing application that includes Integration Services functionality.

This section describes deprecated Integration Services features that are still available in the current release of SQL Server Integration Services. These features are scheduled to be removed in a future release of SQL Server. Do not use deprecated features in new applications.

There are no deprecated Integration Services features in SQL Server 2016.

This section describes Integration Services features that are no longer available in the current release of SQL Server Integration Services.

There are no discontinued Integration Services features in SQL Server 2016.

This section describes breaking changes in Integration Services. These changes may break applications, scripts, or other items that are based on earlier versions of SQL Server. You may encounter these issues after you upgrade.

There are no breaking changes to Integration Services features in SQL Server 2016.

This section describes behavior changes in Integration Services. Behavior changes affect how features work or interact in the current release of SQL Server Integration Services when compared to earlier versions of SQL Server.

There are no behavior changes for Integration Services features in SQL Server 2016.

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