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Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012 8:41 AM
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Hello,

can some one tell me please:
1.I saved dts package,but how can I see location of dts package?
2.How can I call dts package from sql job?

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Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012 9:14 AM
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When you saved the package, you had to choose where to save it: SQL Server, Structured Storage file, or Visual Basic file. Which did you choose? If you chose SQL Server, it's stored in msdb.sysdtspackages.

You can execute the package in a job step using DTSRUN.


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Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012 9:35 AM
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Yes I saved as SQL Server,

how can I call DTS package from sql job, I have previous dts package and not sure what the numbers mean, here is an example:
DTSRun /~Z0x79694AC5D0A25F3A648000AB560C0D15AB00ED8C6073AF3AD227A921FBE0EB30BA55F54689F858C6C7FEA26C97F11F7500685AB18D14C2966651200D14B201552BA2E2C0D36C0E76BEA27B581FFB399DD3281441DA4CEFE095CA93CEF89EF129F9216DBE9E6ACD7B60E7B3D2FED3596E119D5BB5FA3E684A3B77B5327FF31A9F07EE16
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Posted Wednesday, October 24, 2012 9:54 AM
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The DTSRUN command has been encrypted. You can see it the unencrypted command by copying it to a DOS cmd prompt, appending the arguments
/!X and /!C to the end, and running it.

The !X argument blocks execution of the package and !C copies the unencrypted command to the Windows clipboard. So after running, open Notepad
and paste to see the unencrypted command.

You should look up DTSRUN in BooksOnLine also so you know what the parameters mean.


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