Thanks in advance for your time.
I have a Master Pkg and a child Pkg both deployed to msdb database on SQL Server.
I have another server running SSIS instance (where I have DTExec utility). No packages deployed here.
Now from SSIS instance server, using Cmd prompt (or Powershell does not matter) to execute master package (MasterPkg_File.dtsx) but encountering the error in loading child package (AuditLog.dtsx).
==== Log ==========
C:\>DTExec /DTS "\"\MSDB\RemotePkgs\MasterPKG_File\"" /SERVER "\"servername.domain.com\"" /CHECKPOINTING OFF /REPORTING V
Microsoft (R) SQL Server Execute Package Utility
Version 11.0.2100.60 for 64-bit
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Started: 3:25:54 PM
Progress: 2013-03-07 15:25:55.95
Source: SQLTask INSERT AuditLogSSIS
Executing query "set nocount on;
insert into dbo.AuditLog_SSIS (
...".: 100% complete
Error: 2013-03-07 15:26:15.97
Source: Execute Package Task AuditLog dtsx
Description: Error 0xC0014062. Failed to load the package "\RemotePkgs\AuditLog" from SQL Server " servername.domain.com\SQL2012". Make sure that the package exists on the instance of SQL Server and that you have the correct credentials to access it.
Master Package (MasterPKG_File.dtsx) – runs a SQL task to insert a test record in a table.
Then calls Child package (AuditLog.dtsx) using Execute Package Task.
Child package using Package Configurations and reading values from Parent variables.
Works as desired from BIDS, or from SSMS where packages are deployed locally.
When called from Remote server (SSIS Instance) – Master package is picked up and executed, but failed to load Child Package.
Child package connection – tried passing thru a variable in master package, or hardcoded… but both options not worked.
I cannot use Xp_CmdShell, don’t have SQL Agent on SSIS Instance.