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SQL_Overview SSIS package for SQL 2008


SQL_Overview SSIS package for SQL 2008

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Hi,
I have been using the SQL_Overview SSIS package specifically SQL_OVERVIEW_Part3 containing SQL_Overview_Package.dtsx in SQL 2005 quite some time with no issues. I copied the package and Database over to my SQL server 2008 server, Ran the Visual Studio Conversion Wizard which ran the SSIS Package Upgrade Wizard,
I try to migrate it to a SQL server 2008 server that claims to have completed successfully. However, when I open the package itself, it just hangs.

Do you have a converted one for SQL 2008 that works well?

thanks,

YOak
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Hi,

I finally found out the problem to the issue I had listed here below. I only had named instances on my new SQL 2008 server and no Default instance. As soon as I installed a default instance the SQL_Overview SSIS package started working just fine. Thought others would want to know.


thanks,

Yvonne

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I have been using the SQL_Overview SSIS package specifically SQL_OVERVIEW_Part3 containing SQL_Overview_Package.dtsx in SQL 2005 quite some time with no issues. I copied the package and Database over to my SQL server 2008 server, Ran the Visual Studio Conversion Wizard which ran the SSIS Package Upgrade Wizard,
I try to migrate it to a SQL server 2008 server that claims to have completed successfully. However, when I open the package itself, it just hangs.

Do you have a converted one for SQL 2008 that works well?

thanks,

YOak
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yeah I have a few issues with this SQL overview package as well

a) I normally run this at the load server info level to get the machines domain name, but now the registry entry doesn't exist...anyone know how I can use SQL to get the domain of the machine?

SET NOCOUNT ON
DECLARE @chvDomainName NVARCHAR(100)
EXEC master.dbo.xp_regread 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE',
'SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon',
N'CachePrimaryDomain',@chvDomainName OUTPUT

b) I run this to find all SQL server instances on the domain
Exec xp_cmdshell 'sqlcmd /Lc'

but none of my SQL 2008 machine are being picked up!
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