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File system task error - Could not find a part of the path


File system task error - Could not find a part of the path

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kbatta
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I am trying to move a folder from one location to another and am using a file system task to accomplish this. I am using "Move directory" and variables for the source and destination. The to folder does not exist but \\File-02\DevSSIS\Applications\Results\Failure\ does exist.

The parameter values are

From folder: \\File-02\DevSSIS\Applications\Uploads\MarketBasket\NatlShare\PROCESSING_ABBIL_kbatta_20080918000000\

To folder: \\File-02\DevSSIS\Applications\Results\Failure\ABBIL_kbatta_20080918000000\

I keep getting the following error:
OnError,,,FST_ArchiveFailure,9/30/2008 7:40:49 AM,9/30/2008 7:40:49 AM,-1073548540,0x,An error occurred with the following error message: "Could not find a part of the path '\\File-02\DevSSIS\Applications\Results\Failure\ABBIL_kbatta_20080918000000\'.".

Both variables are set to EvaluateAsExpression true and the file system task has DelayValidation true.

I have tried the folder names with and without "\" at the end.
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check the issourcepathvariable true.IsDestinationPathVariable True and OverwriteDestination True .It might helps.
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They are all true.
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Hi Mate,

It seems to be a bug in SQL Server if you supply a file name!

As a work around I have used 2 file system tasks. The first copies the file and the second deletes the original.

More info here - http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=180741

Jc
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Hi Mate,

It seems to be a bug in SQL Server if you supply a file name!

As a work around I have used 2 file system tasks. The first copies the file and the second deletes the original.

More info here - http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=180741

Jc
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The better answer for this is to use rename. Rename will accept a new path and effectively do the same thing as your copy then delete, but in a single step.
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Another solution for us was to use the IP address. It seems like SSIS/SQL Server had issues resolving the domain name.
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Thanks, rename instead of move worked great!
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