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backup DTS local packages

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I've used the "generated SQL script" wizard to generate sql script for my databases.  Is there a way to do this with DTS packages?

It would be nice to have a backup file of my DTS packages.

How can I do this?  I just want to make sure my DTS packages are backed up.

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if you ise sql server 2000 this will work,
navigate to the server's local packages, open package for design, in the pull down menu select item save as, in the "Location" drop down select "Structured Storage File" click save.

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