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How im can backup DTS to restore in sql 2008?


How im can backup DTS to restore in sql 2008?

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Dear Friends

im have a sql 2000 database

im backuped and restore this database with sucess in sql 2008

How im can backup DTS to restore in sql 2008?

obs : after this im can restore DTS in SQL 2012?

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You can't. You have to rebuild your DTS as SSIS. Here's some documentation to help out. In some cases, you can run a DTS package inside an SSIS package, but I always found that to be extremely problematic. Best to rebuild them as SSIS.

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Grant Fritchey - Thursday, February 8, 2018 9:34 AM
Sou can't. You have to rebuild your DTS as SSIS. Here's some documentation to help out. In some cases, you can run a DTS package inside an SSIS package, but I always found that to be extremely problematic. Best to rebuild them as SSIS.

im export DTS in SQL 2000 and import in SQL 2008
but how im can build export to SQL 2012 ?

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You can't. You'll have to rewrite it as an SSIS package.

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