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Set logging properties for group of DTS packages

By philcart,

This script will set the Logging properties for a group of DTS packages.

To run this script stand-alone, you'll need to set 6 variables. sSvr, sDb, sUid, sPwd, iSec and sPkgMatch. If you use this script in a DTS package, you can assign the values from Global Variables.

The sPkgMatch variable is used as a filter criteria on the package name when selecting records from msdb..sysdtspackages. If nothing is specified for this variable, all packages will be selected.

EXAMPLE: sPkgName = "Devel", will change all packages with a name that starts with 'Devel'.

Once it has the list of package names, it opens the package using the LoadFromSQLServer method, sets the Logging properties and saves the package.

NOTE: As the package is being modified programmatically, you will lose any text annotations and layout previously applied. Unfortunately there is no way to modify the package outside the DTS Designer and maintain these items.

Questions and comments welcome.

Phill

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