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DTS packages failed in SQL 2005 Failover Cluster passive node


DTS packages failed in SQL 2005 Failover Cluster passive node

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Dear all,

I am using SQL 2005 Failover Cluster and I use Windows Scheduled Task to execute my DTS packages.
My batch files use dtsrun and sqlcmd.
In the active node, every things OK.
However, when I fail over to the passive node, and executed the batch files manually (they locate at the SAN disk, of course).
It displayed :

DTSRun OnError: DTSStep_DTSActiveScriptTask_2, Error=-2147220487 (800403F9)
Error string : ActiveX Scripting was not able to initialize the script execution engine.

I have already read the following web sites and re-registierd the following DLL with Regsvr32 :

AXSCPHST90.dll, DTSPkg.dll, DTSPump.dll

http://www.sqldts.com/224.aspx

Please help me, thanks.
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Did you configure SSIS manually in the cluster group? The SSIS install is not cluster-aware, so you have to manually install it on the passive node and add it into the cluster group or the service will not be running on failover. Check the MS website for detailed instructions on setting this up - they offer a couple of options.
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Thank for your reply.
But I did use SSIS, I just used DTSRUN.exe and SQLCMD commands and used a batch file and Windows Scheduled Task to execute them automatically.
So I think I can still execute my batch file even if I didn't install SSIS.
How do you think ?
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I have installed SSIS on the passive node separately.
Now, both node 1 and node 2 have SSIS service, though not a cluster resources.
But may batch file still failed.
The same error : ActiveX scripting was not able to initialize the script execution engine.

Can any body help me ?

Or Microsoft doesn't support running DTSRUN.exe on the passive node ?
If yes, I will give up.
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