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How to execute SSIS package from VB.NET Windows application?

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Do I need VS2008 and SQL server on the same box? Or I can just copy Microsoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTS.dll  from sql server and paste it on the server where my vs2008 reside?


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Don't know specifically about from VB.NET, but SSIS jobs can be executed via a command line from any box that has SQL Server installed...

dtexexc.exe /file c:\goo\foo\boo\your_package.dtsx /variableName="Some Value"
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Obviously in a production environment you will not have VS installed and running on your SQL Server box so you will need to write the app to reference(include) the DLL from the path where is on the SQL box. Please see link below for details:

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/c8092f56-8eed-4cd6-af84-685493c597dd/run-2008-ssis-package-from-vbnet-2010-program?forum=vbgeneral
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