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Fuzzy Lookup between a SQL 2000 and 2005 database problem


Fuzzy Lookup between a SQL 2000 and 2005 database problem

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koln
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Hi folks,

I build a SSIS package, which contains a fuzzy lookup process on a SQL Server 2005, SP2. It runs fine by itself. It compares names found in a SQL Server 2000 database, to names found in a SQL Server 2005 database.

The problem arises when I schedule this package to run via a job in SSMS. It keeps giving me the error of "SSIS Error Code DTS_E_PRODUCTLEVELTOLOW. The product level is insufficient for component "Fuzzy Lookup" (43)."
The SQL Server 2005 box that this job and SSIS package is on, is standard edition.

Why does it run fine in SSIS, but not as a job in SSMS, when everything is on one box ?

Thank you.
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You probably have Developer Edition on the PC where you are developing the package which allows the Fuzzy lookup to work, but Standard Edition does not include the Fuzzy Lookup component because it is considered an "Advanced Transform" which are only included in Enterprise Edition.



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No, thats the big mystery...Im not running it from my PC....I have remote desktopped into the SQL Server, build my SSIS package there...run it successfully within SSIS on the server, yet when I schedule it as a job, it fails.
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I think your problem is BIDs issue because it develops SSIS packages as needed but require correct edition for deployment because both Fuzzy features comes only in Enterprise edition.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143761.aspx

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Gift Peddie
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