Error: 0xC001401A at Transaction: The SSIS Runtime has failed to start the distributed transaction due to error 0x8004D01B "The Transaction Manager is not available.". The DTC transaction failed to start. This could occur because the MSDTC Service is not running
make sure the service called”Distributed Transaction Coordinator” is running.
I try to apply SQL Server 2005 in my PC(Win 7 64bits), failed, After that, when I try to open SSIS package in BIDS, I got this Error every time:
TITLE: Microsoft Visual Studio
An error prevented the view from loading.
The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E) (System.Windows.Forms)
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It’s kind of ridiculous. because I need to finish my DTSx package design, so I re-install SQL Server sp1. but seems no change.
Then I got this link:
the chosen answer seems not for me, and I got the solution from one of the reply:
I solved the problem by deleting the whole folder “C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\MSDesigners8“, and copying it from a machine that was working. Not the smoothest solution, I know, but it did work!
Gorgeous!Database; Tagged with: DTSX • ETL • SQL Server • SSIS • VB; @ November 25th, 2012 15:52
Get variables/properties in Script task.
1. Get properties:
2. Get variables:
It seems to me I cannot install SQL Server 2000 in my win 7 pro:
I try to google it and follow some guides, but it seems can not work for me.
Then I want to use VM, at least I need one Windows licence, it’s not easy for me to get this….
Ohhhhh, that’s a feature called ‘Windows XP mode’ in Windows7!
After run the ‘Win XP mode’, actually, it’s a XP VM, install SQL SERVER 2000 in the XP, and then I can run the SQL SERVER 2000 from Win7!
简单来说， 就是使用Win7自带的XP模式（XP虚拟机）安装SQL Server 2000。Database; Tagged with: ETL • SQL Server • SSIS; @ November 2nd, 2012 18:02
The answer in we can no choose language in 2005, “The scripting language is Microsoft Visual Basic .NET.” no other options. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187649(v=sql.90).aspx
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