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automating sql stored procedure and dts

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Is it possible to run a stored  and a dts package from a command line or is there another way to start these? I don't want them started at a scheduled time, just triggered to start, say from like running a batch file.
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thanks,
can I start a dts package from a sp? (I don't have permission to run xp_cmdshell)
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