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RSExecutionLog_Update.dtsx error


RSExecutionLog_Update.dtsx error

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Sunil Muktibodh
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Hi,

When I execute the RSExecutionLog_Update.dtsx, I get an error saying "The task "Set Time period" cannot run on this edition of Integration Services. It requires higher level edition". I am using the Proffesional Edition of SQL2005 and the Integration Services Version is 9.00.1399.00. I have configured the target database RSExecutionLog correctly. Wat could be the problem?

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Have you figured this out?
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I have exactly the same issue. It runs fine within BIDS but when I Add the SSIS package to my server and attempt to run it from there I get the same error.

Any ideas???? Anyone????

Warwick


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I believe mine was fixed when I updated both the server and my developement machine to latest SQL 2005 service pack.

Mitch


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??? I am running the latest service packs on both the server and dev station... still same error "Set Time Period cannot run on this edition of Integration Services. It requires a higher level edition."
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do you have integration services installed on your machine? this just happend to me where I was trying to run an SSIS package without installing integration services.
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