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Introduction to DTS in SQL Server 2005


Introduction to DTS in SQL Server 2005

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Greg Charles
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Heh, don't tell anyone, Wink but you can create a new DTS package in SSMS by opening an existing legacy DTS package and saving it with a new name. Then, open the new package and replace what's in it with whatever you want in the new package.

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Works great when you have one to open... some of us have made job transitions to SQL 2k5 only shops... :/



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Maybe for a programmer SSIS is a big improvement over DTS, but for a normal user who just wants to dump the data from a table, it's overly complicated.


I am a Programmer, and have worked with VS for many years. My impression is no different than yours. 'Overly complicated' is a polite way of describing it. I'll keep using DTS for as long as it's supported.

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mtassin (2/1/2008)
Works great when you have one to open... some of us have made job transitions to SQL 2k5 only shops... :/


but I would like to occasionally make new DTS packages and not just edit old ones.


It sounded like you had old DTS packages.

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Works great when you have one to open... some of us have made job transitions to SQL 2k5 only shops... :/


Do you mean that you don't have access to a single SQL 2k instance? Then why don't you install one, complete with sample DBs, and create a couple of templates to work with?

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hi vinodh,
its really appreciatable work u done.nice presenatation.i like ur work well. like this any articles means pls present.

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hi vinodh,
its really appreciatable work u done
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Hi Greg,
I read your comment and I would like to try it...

" create a new DTS package in SSMS by opening an existing legacy DTS package and saving it with a new name. Then, open the new package and replace what's in it with whatever you want in the new package."

We have an existing DTS package in SQLPRODUCTION , I would like copy and modify it to SQLTEST using SQL Server Management Studio. I downloaded Design-time Support for SQL Server 2000 DTS Packages.

I'm new in SQL Server 2005, can you tell me the steps on how to do this?

Thanks,
M
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Pity it was poorly written, had wrong references, skipped steps, and assumed that the reader knows all the missing steps.
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First time I have used 2005. Trying to follow the article but am stuck at the first hurdle.

'Data Transformation Services' does not appear in my list of templates. See screen print.



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