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SQL Server 2000 -  is it possibale to get a list of DTS packages?

Posted on 2008-10-22
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I have SQL Server 2000 on my computer (the name of the instance is SVR2000).  I have 3 DTS packages- MyPack1,  MyPack2, MyPack3.

1) Is it possible to create a code (C# for example) that returns the names of DTS packages - in this case it will be MyPack1,  MyPack2, MyPack3 ? Thanks


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Sure.  All versions of your DTS Packages are stored in the table sysdtspackages in MSDB.  If you just want the unique names than you can use a DISTINCT clause.
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@acperkins: Well, the ones that are saved to the database are, but what about external packages?
can also select * from msdb..sysjobs to see what other things are scheduled. and exec master..xp_cmdshell 'dir/s *.dts'
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Thanks!!!
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