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DTS Migration and DTS Runtime in 2008 R2


DTS Migration and DTS Runtime in 2008 R2

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I have about 300 DTS packages that need to be moved to a 2008 R2 environment.

While some of these are pretty straight forward and can be converted to simple SSIS packages, I have some that are rather complex to include quite a few with ActiveX Scripts.

Is it functional to use the DTS runtime under 2008 R2 to execute these packages from the scheduled jobs?
How can I incorporate Powershell scripts as replacements (if I can) for tose with ActiveX and VB Scripts

I appreciate any assistance with this topic.

Thank you
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