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sql ssis execution details msdb

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I have ssis packages on Server A. I think they are on the file system. Some of them might run against server B. Is there a table in MSDB on server A which shows the details of packages executed.. and if they executed a proc on server B or used a table on server B?

My question actually is I think most/all of the SSIS packages are at the file system on Server A. I needed a simple way to know if any of them have any connection/usage of server B. I was hoping msdb on Server A might have the details instead of opening all packages.
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I was hoping msdb on Server A might have the details instead of opening all packages.
No, there is nothing to in msdb to relate to SSIS packages saved as files.  In fact the files could be stored on any server and there could be packages with connections to both servers.  Your best bet is to write an app to search all the packages for the information you need.
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