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I have a Win2k3 box with SQL2k5 on it. The machine is going to be decommissioned. I have to move the db, the SQL Server Agent Jobs, the triggers, the stored procs, and the rest of it to a new machine with Win2k8 and SQL2k5.

The "Copy Database..." task worked pretty well but the jobs fail on the 2k5 box because the SSIS packages fail. The SQL statements I've written in the job doesn't fail.

What is the best suggestion on how to move this setup, please.

Thanks,
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 2000 total points
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you can save the ssis files into the disk and import it on the other machine
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Really?! Okay, will it try that and see.
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