Diagram of msdb tables in SQL 2000

I need to view a diagram of the msdb tables so that I can understand all the relationships. I need to create a view for one of my customers to view information on DTS packages to name others I might do. Does anyone know where I can find one.

Thanks ;-)
PiewackettAsked:
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PiewackettAuthor Commented:
I am trying to find specifically a diagram that would tell me the relationships for the tables sysdtspackagelog, sysdtstasklog etc. Any tables that would  give me a picture of the DTS package. I looked at the link supplied above that gave me a great deal of what I need for other views I am creating; however I am still trying to figure out what tables and what keys they join on that deal directly with dts packages ;-)
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>I am still trying to figure out what tables and what keys they join on that deal directly with dts packages <<
It is all the sysdts* tables.  All DTS objects such as Connections, Tasks, Steps etc. are all maintained in the sysdtspackages table.
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PiewackettAuthor Commented:
So just those two tables should do it?? No other tables would be required. I had given a user the Target Server Role; however we have an issue with encryption so I have to pull that role back and need a way for a user to see what dts packages and jobs are being run- with as much details as possible ;-)
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>So just those two tables should do it??<<
Just one table.  The sysdtspackages table contains all the DTS objects.
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