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Transfer Encrypted SQL Objects from one server to another using Transfer SQL Server Objects Task

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I wish to transfer Stored procedures from one server to another using Transfer SQL Server Objects Task in SSIS.

In that due to some of encrypted SPS and for those SPs my transfer task goes fail.


Please guide me the way how to do
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Question by:Alpesh Patel
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by:Eugene Z
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also you can recreate the proc (if you have code somewhere  or from start)
restore the all DB on the destination and use this proc from there

decrypt using 3rd party tools (try on your own risk):
http://www.sql-shield.com/support/decrypt-stored-procedure
Decrypt SQL Server Objects
http://www.sqlmag.com/article/encryption2/decrypt-sql-server-objects-95728

even, you can  open MS case to help this decrypt
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Ok. Thax for you reply.

I need to Get the Dynamic StoreProcedureList.

I have created it via variable but how to assign that and where?
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by:Alpesh Patel
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Created list using sys query and assigned to ProceduresList property
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