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Executing SSIS from Web Serivce

I have an SSIS package with takes a file, changes the format and then saves it to a local drive. It then takes this file and compares it to a databse to try and find matches. Now I want to be able to run this via a web service so I have created the service.

It can connect to the package fine, and begin the execution of the package but when it comes to dump the files out I am getting errors. Thing like:

Cannot open the datafile "[FilePath]\outputnotinadtec.csv".
component "not in adtec" (16) failed the pre-execute phase and returned error code 0xC020200E.

I can't find anything useful on this problem. I am thinking it is access rights so I have everyone full control over the top most directory (it should filter down) but it is still giving me this error. Its running under the user who submits the information. Am i missing an account which SSIS uses to run the items????

Any help would be apreciated.
Microsoft SQL Server 2005

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8/22/2022 - Mon

dear friend,
Where is the CSV file?!
In the webservice server or SQL 2005/SSIS 2005 server?!

its on the webservice server so as to make sure that it is not trying to communicate accross servers.

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Sorted it now. I gave up on the idea, What I have done is to create a web service and call the package via the sql server agent, makes it easier and works like a dream.

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