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execution returned DTSER_FAILURE

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The 2nd and last step of a job failed, and this is all there is to the error message:

NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE. execution returned DTSER_FAILURE (1).  Started:  11:36:16 AM  Finished: 11:36:19 AM  Elapsed:  3.078 seconds.  The package execution failed.  The step failed.

is this too generic, or can the root cause of the error be detected from the above?

in the 2nd step, it is executing a package.

thanks
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That's fairly uninformative. Try deleting and creating a new job that runs the same package.

What does the package do? Does it run from BIDS?
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Thanks - I just redid the job.
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