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How do I schedule an imported SQL 2000 DTS in SQL 2005?

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I have a SQL 2000 server that has DTS' on it. I exported these manually to .dts and then imported them onto my other SQL 2005 server in Legacy >> Data Transformation Services. I've opened the legacy DTS' and run them and they seem to work. Now I need to schedule jobs to make them run automatically. Is it possible to do this and if so how? I went to "Jobs" under SQL Agent and can create a job but I can only select SSI packages. Any ideas?
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I suggest you to convert your DTS package to SSIS package.
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Pedro
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The same you you did in SQL 2000.  You need to create a commandline DTSRUN command and run it as an OperatingSystemCmdExec step type in your job.
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