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Log error details in SSIS when executed by an SQL Agent job

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If an SSIS package is executed by a SQL Agent job, is there a way to log the error details of the package if the package fails.

By error details I meant something like the information displayed in the Output window when a package is run on BIDS.

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When designing the SSIS package in BIDS you can configure error logging:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms167456.aspx
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