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SQL Agent running SSIS package and reports succeeded but data has not changed.

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I have two SSIS packages, when I run them in BIDs they run fine and data is updated, when I schedule them to run in SQL Agent the jobs report Succeeded but not data has changed.

There is three steps in the SSIS package.
1) Copy Access file from server to local server. (Execute Process Task)
2) Truncate Table. (Execute T-SQL Statement Task)
3) Import data from Access DB in to SQL. (Data Flow Task)

I am using SQL Server 2012, on Windows 2008.

Has anyone seen this problem before?  How do I get SQL Agent to work?

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SQLSeracher
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by:Simon
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When you run them in SQL Agent they are executed under the permissions of the service account that has been specified for SQL Agent. Does the SQL Agent account have permission to truncate tables?

There are many scenarios where SSIS will return success when the developer/user would not consider the outcome a success. e.g. the final step found no data to import, but this is not an error, so it completes and reports success.

Try having a look in SQL Agent's job history for that job.
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Hello SimonAdept
The service account for SQL Agent is my user account, so there should be no problem there.

This is the message in the history;
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Executed as user: DMUKAD\plg. Microsoft (R) SQL Server Execute Package Utility  Version 11.0.5532.0 for 64-bit  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.    Started:  08:00:00  Error: 2015-02-19 08:00:01.35     Code: 0xC000F427     Source: Copy file from Source      Description: To run a SSIS package outside of SQL Server Data Tools you must install Copy file from Source of Integration Services or higher.  End Error  DTExec: The package execution returned DTSER_SUCCESS (0).  Started:  08:00:00  Finished: 08:00:01  Elapsed:  0.64 seconds.  The package executed successfully.  The step succeeded.

Does this mean anything to you?

Regards

SQLSearcher
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>> Description: To run a SSIS package outside of SQL Server Data Tools you must install Copy file from Source of Integration Services or higher.

This line suggests that you dont have a necessary component (Copy file from Source) on the server. So that looks like your step 1 is failing.

It's not an SSIS task that I've ever done myself. The MS reference suggests that it is a File System task rather than a Execute Process Task.
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by:Alpesh Patel
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Do you have proper permissions to create file at local server folder?
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Hello
I have resolved the problem I had to do two things to get the system working.

Install SQL Server Integration Services 11.0, I did this by going to Control Panel --> Programs and Features --> Select Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (64 bit) --> Uninstall/Change.  Then added the Integrations services.

Next I changed my bat file copy command to a CMD command line, by following configuration on this web page,

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SQLSearcher
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Resolved issue by myself.
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