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Can I can (I mean run) a DTS package from the MSDE?
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Question by:Herzalah
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by:nigelrivett
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Don't know about MSDE but if you have a server you can use the dtsrun utility to run the package.
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Yes, you can run dtsrun.

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Data Transformation Services (DTS) offers a flexible, high performance method for import/export operations that involve SQL Server and MSDE. Although the graphical tools for interactive DTS package creation and execution ship only with SQL Server, the DTS object model and runtime environment are available on both SQL Server and MSDE.
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See "Create Your Own Administration Tool for MSDE"
http://www.swynk.com/friends/Lesandrini/msde2.asp

Hope this helps
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