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SSIS Log provider for SQL Server not working on my SSIS Package

Posted on 2012-03-28
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I've set up logging to a SSIS log provider for SQL Server but it doesn't seem to be populating anything. I thought it would create a log file in my connection database but there's nothing there. THought it may be defaulting to syssislog in MSDB but that's empty as well. Is there a way of finding out where it's being logged, or if it's working at all please?
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The logging table will be created after the first package execution and stored in the connection you create inside the respective package. The table is stored under the system tables folder of your database connection.
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pedro
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Ha! Never thought of looking in there! Many thanks.
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