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Making code like in DTS for dtsx to work with VB, C# - SQL 2005

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In SQL 2000 I can make the DTS and save the code to work in VB6. How can I do it with 2005?
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In SQL 2005, (SSIS 2005) you can use the standart tasks and components... and you can also use, for specific cases VB6 code inside a script task (controlflow) or script component (dataflow).
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Pedro
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You can right-click on one of your databases, chose tasks/import data and work you way through the SSIS wizard.  When you get to the end you have the option to save the SSIS package to the server or a file.  Save it to a file, and it will create the .dtsx code for you.  Then you can open the package in the SQL 2005 Bisiness Intelligence Development Studio and edit or use as model for other packages
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>>In SQL 2000 I can make the DTS and save the code to work in VB6. How can I do it with 2005?<<
You cannot convert an SSIS package to VB6 code as you could with DTS.
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A "B" grade?  I guess you did not like my answer.
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