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I recently had my duties reassigned so that I'm heading a new project for SSIS DTSX Packages.
The instructions I were provided were very vague and did not make much sense, but since I've been affiliated with the system for so long, I had a good sense of what direction my manager was going.
The project requires several DTSX packages to be created, with the first package having a deadline to prove that I'm capable of doing the project.
I created the DTSX package and provided it to my manager about a week prior to it being due for testing purposes or to see if there were any additional features that were desired since the instructions were so vague.
After about six days, my manager responded stating that I did not follow the original directions of creating a DTSX package and that I need to send him the project as a DTSX package. He threatened that if it was not completed prior to the deadline that there would be consequences.
After receiving the email, it's clear to me that my manager has not utilized anything within SSIS.
How do I tell my manager that I've already sent him the DTSX package without being disciplined?