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hi,

I know it is better to move it to SSIS, but I have a few DTS that I need to use right away, is there a way?thx
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by installing the backward compatibility tools you may call the old dts packages from sql server 2008

and have a look at the link at msdn

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb500440.aspx
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I believ I have a 64bits box, when can I locate backward compatibility tools ?  thx
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you can download it from microsoft site... and install it..
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doesnot seem to find it....

if I open my sql2000 with this dts in it, if I change the servername, is there a way that I can run the dts on 2000 but the data is going to 2008, so 2000 serves as a "bridge|"?  thx
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