execute SSIS package (using DTEXEC utility) programmatically

Posted on 2010-08-25
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
Hi, can I have some sample code to execute a SSIS package (stored on the file system, not in database) using DTEXEC utility programmatically using C# OR VB.NET and also some sample code to kill that process if runs unexpectedly for a long time?. thanks in advance.  I will also need to specify the log file path and capture the result (success, failed or cancelled).
Question by:rkpavp
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please look at this article. Might help you

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this is how you can do it programmatically

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I have seen those articles already. I am specifically looking for code that uses DTEXEC to execute a package. according to this link, using SSIS object model may recycle webserver application pool, so I am looking to use DTEXEC. I know how to use DTEXEC from command line, but looking for sample to execute the same from C# code. thanks.

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