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DTS Raiserror messages suddenly stopped displaying

DTS Raiserror messages suddenly stopped displaying

DTS Raiserror messages suddenly stopped displaying

I have a DTS package that use to display the raise error message when I double clicked on the failed step in the dialog box that displays when the job is executing

This is a DTS package (not SSIS) that executes several stored procedures.  Within these procedures, there are several custom  RAISERROR('Custom Message',11, 1) statements.  

I execute the DTS package by right click -> execute.  The package runs the steps and when it encounters an error it will fail on that step.  On the executing package dialog box it lists each step, and the status.  

When I double click on the failed step, it now reads:
 "the task reported failure on execution".  

Before it would read the 'Custom Message' in the RAISERROR  statement.

Does anyone know why I am getting this generic error now?

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