You can find the Journal like this: See Fig.1: Fig.1 Click the Journal, there will appear a Microsoft Outlook window.
Current for 2016 link is https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt204009SQL Server Data Tools in Visual Studio 2015 is a modern development tool that you can download for free to build SQL Server relational databases, Azure SQL databases, Integration Services packages, Analysis Services data models, and Reporting Services reports.With SSDT, you can design and deploy any SQL Server content type with the same ease as you would develop an application in Visual Studio.Capterra’s blogs aim to be useful to small business software buyers.Capterra participates in vendor affiliate, referral, and pay-per-click programs where available.To edit this package follow the instructions from "mike The Liar" but instead of searching for a file make a connection to the database and export package.
Microsoft Outlook has a tracking feature to track your work activities in your work day, it is called Journal.
The Programs and Features view in the Windows Control Panel does not provide a means to export the list of installed programs as a text file.
A quick web search brought up the information that the information about installed software resides under the registry key (Source: social technet, Scripting Guy, How To Geek, Super User) Power Shell kann enumerate the information under these keys using the Get-Item Property commandlet.
You can retrieve the PS properties of this data using the Get-Member commandlet.
I have Visual Studio 2005 Pro, but it just opens it as an XML file. I've seen people opening these files in some workflow-esque format; Business Intelligence Development Studio comes to mind. Integration Services Project Now in solution explorer there is a SSIS Packages folder, right click it and select "Add Existing Package", and there will be a drop down that can be changed to File System, and the very bottom box allows you to browse to the file.
With the changes in the industry, it’s easy to lose track of how often projects fail, what that can cost companies, and how the PM role has changed.