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Objects inside DTS Pacakge

Objects inside DTS Pacakge

Objects inside DTS Pacakge

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Any idea how can I analyze a DTS package and see the tables and other objects used inside. Is it possible to scan the entire server? If its possible please give me some suggestions.
Any quick help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
VP

Dr.Sql
Good Luck.

RE: Objects inside DTS Pacakge

If you are searching for specifically named objects you may consider a package such as Speed Ferret.  I thought that reviews all SQL Server DB Objects; perhaps even DTS Packages?   

Another option, which I've done in the past, is to save the DTS as a VB object and manually review the information in DTS Packages...  htwh,

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