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SSIS 0xC020801e Connection Manager Issue


SSIS 0xC020801e Connection Manager Issue

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tim whitacre
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I have a job that runs nightly.
Intermittently it gets Code: 0xC020801E ---The connection manager "Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server" is an incorrect type. The type required is "FILE". The type available to the component is "OLEDB". End Error.

It will run fine for days or a week in a row without this error but then have it twice in one week. I kick the sql agent off manually the next morning without rebooting or any other changes and it will work fine.

I have seen response for jobs that have not run at all ,but this job runs each night and has run over a week successfully at times without this error.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Hi
Were you able to solve this issue. We are facing the same issue. The package was running without issues for months and suddenly started throwing the same error since yesterday.
Any help is appreciated

Tx
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Have either of you figured this out. I just had the exact thing happen to my SSIS package.

If you know the fix, please post a reply.

Thanks
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All you need to do is to recreate the SQL job using as Owner the following combination:

1. create a windows user
2. create a credential associated with a proxy
3. create a server login with db_owner rights
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