Inserting data from 2000 to 2005

Posted on 2008-02-12
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I have created a OLE DB source from a linked 2000 server, I have created a OLE DB destination from a local server, I have used the code attached in the data flow destination  to copy the data from the link server to the local server, but I get the error "no disconnected recordset is available for the specified SQL statement"

Is this the best way to do a simple copy from one table to another, or is there a better way.

FROM [GBLON3\STARBASE].[WEBBILL].[dbo].[wbTelVoiceOut_data_sort]

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Question by:trojan_uk
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digital_thoughts earned 1000 total points
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Have you tried using a SSIS package on the 2005 server and create an import using the import/export wizard, which you can then schedule the package to run as needed.

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