Dec 19, 2007


I want to have logging enabled for my SSIS package and have the logs wriiten to an log in the event viewer.

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Error 1 Error loading ImportMedsSubmissionFiles.dtsx: Element "{A4F838A2-2660-4422-A0D2-669BAFBC6CAE}" does not exist in collection "LogProviders". Visual Studio 2005ProjectsMeds2ImportMeds2ImportImportMedsSubmissionFiles.dtsx 1 1

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Error 3 Error loading ImportMedsSubmissionFiles.dtsx: Error loading value "<DTS:LoggingOptions xmlnsTS="www.microsoft.com/SqlServer/Dts"><DTSroperty DTS:Name="LoggingMode">2</DTSroperty><DTSroperty DTS:Name="FilterKind">0</DTSroperty><DTSroperty DTS:Name="EventFilter" DTSataType="8">18,7,OnError,19,OnExecStatusChang" from node "DTS:LoggingOptions". Visual Studio 2005ProjectsMeds2ImportMeds2ImportImportMedsSubmissionFiles.dtsx 1 1

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It'll be a great help if somebody can assist me in this.

Thanks in advance.



Function Main()

Const ForReading = 1, ForWriting = 2, ForAppending = 8

dim fso

dim pkg

dim filename

dim srcfile, logfile

dim inchar

set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

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End If

Main = DTSTaskExecResult_Success




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SuccessReturncode = -1

Main = DTSTaskExecResult_Failure

End If


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