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Hi all, I have some .bas files containing DTS for SQL Server 2000 and I have do a restore of them.
I would need precise and *complete* instructions about how to do the restore of them.

Thank you and regards.

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curious myself

the only thing i could find was an indirect import through code

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dtsprog/dtspapps_7wv7.asp

this part

Case STORAGE_FILE
        objPackage.LoadFromStorageFile _
            strPkgUNCPath, strPkgOwnerPwd, strPackageID, _
            strPackageVerID, strPackageName

seems to do the trick

maybe there is an easier way through the dts imp/exp wizard though saw no type of bas to import as object

HTHAB
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