How to know the script that populate a table from a remote db? (URGENT)

Sindibad_123
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Hi, I am working on  a two different databases each one resident in a different PC, one of the db (lets call it A-2000) is on sql server 2000 contains DTS package that transfer data to the remote db(lets call it B-2008) which is on SQL 2008, now B-2008 contains a table that gets populated when the DTS on A-2000 get executed, I looked at the script of the DTS I cannot find any code that populate this table, the code in this DTS populate another tables not the one I want to know how it gets populated.
How to know where is this table get populated?
BTW I viewed the dependencies for this table but it has no dependencies at all!
I'm sure that the DTS is the one who populate this table bc whenever I execute it that table get populated.
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Commented:
Look for an SQL INSERT trigger on the DTS-targeted table.  See if the trigger executes an INSERT statement against your other table as a side effect.

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I already did that but there is no trighers
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Consider uploading the DTS package here.
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Please check dataFlow task in DTS package.

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>Please check dataFlow task in DTS package
How to check the dataflow?

>Consider uploading the DTS package here.
How to scrip the entire DTS?!
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>>How to scrip the entire DTS?! <<
You can't.  What you can do is save is to a file and upload.

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