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File System Task Error

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Hi,

I'm using SSIS2005 and i want to move one file from source to destination.

I'm trying with File System Task.
I've assigned two variables for source and destination.

while running i'm getting an error

[File System Task] Error: An error occurred with the following error message: "Access to the path 'C:\ClientAdmin\Location\warehouse' is denied."



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When do you get this error? Running BIDS or when the package is deployed?

Russel Loski, MCSE Business Intelligence, Data Platform
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hi,
thanks for your reply.

it got solved once i changed the "existing file" to "existing folder" option

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where can you change these options?



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in the file system task -

--> souce connection click new connection
--> usage type change into existing folder.

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Hi Viji,

I am using the source and destination connections as variables ( mentioning paths in them ), but i am facing the same issue " Access denied to. I am using the variable value as C:\aa\aa.

Pls let me know if know the solution

Thanks,
Eranna
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Does it work when you are using BIDS then fail when using SQL Agent?

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Thanks for your reply Russel.

I still did not test with SQL Agent. Its failing in BIDS.

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Eranna
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If you paste "C:\aa\aa" in Run, you are able to browse to that folder? And whatever you want to do in that folder (write to it, read from it) you can do in the Explorer window?

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The problem is resolved. I was not admin on my system and that was causing this issue.
I am yet to test this with SQL Agent.

Thanks for your time.

Eranna
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