SSIS 2005 - Execute Package Task Getting error

Posted on 2012-08-16
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Last Modified: 2013-11-18
Hi and thanks,

I am getting this error:
SSIS Error Code DTS_E_OLEDBERROR.  An OLE DB error has occurred. Error code: 0x80040E4D.

this is what is really confusing:
If I run the package by its self it works fine.

But as soon as I try to run this same package using:
Execute Package Task

I get the error.

any ideas why this is happening?

Please help
Question by:Amour22015
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Author Comment

ID: 38304669

To me it looks like I am not linking to the correct package(even though the names are the same).  I have changed the connection to "windows authentication" and I took away the password option.  Note that everything is on the same server.  If you notice in the attachment not all packages come up to select?  Where does this window "Select Package" look at?  I think it is looking at the old package name not the updated one?

Thanks for any help

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ID: 38304783

I think I am on the right track?  I just renamed the package yet it did not come up under the "Select Package" option.

So all I need is for someone to tell me (or head me in the correct location) as to where this "Select Package" option is looking?

Thanks for any help

Author Comment

ID: 38311367

Well, that wasn't the problem.

I created a connection to the correct package (One project, Package calling another package, and the package being called are all in the same project).  Same problem.

Seems like the problem is in the "Execute Package Task".  What could I be doing wrong?

Thanks for helping

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Amour22015 earned 0 total points
ID: 38312529

I think I found the problem:

In the "Execute Package Task"

there is an option:
I had this set to True

I changed it to False

Seems to be working


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