PGP Encryption in SQL 2000 DTS Package

Posted on 2007-08-07
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I'm relatively new to SQL 2000 DTS and need to design a package that encrypts a dab-delimited file to PGP format.
I'm wondering which encryption application would work best within SQL DTS Designer, and also how that would be implemented.

Thanks in advance,
Question by:jaimeamedina
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If your encryption tool is an exe, and takes command line parameters, you can run it with an execute process task.


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