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Default Permission problems ??

Hi,

  I am new to DTS Packages so hopefully there will a simple explanation for this. I am attempting to copy data from table1 on the
live server (srv1) to the same structure table on the test server. (srv2). I am building the DTS package on my local machine. I have two
connections set up (live and test) and a data transformation doing a select from table1 on live for certain rows. The destinatioan and transformations are set up correctly but whin I run the package I get the error
 "The current user is not the database or object owner of
 table 'RntTest4.dbo.cpty'. cannot perform SET operation ".

I have read access to the live server and insert /update access to the test server. Can anyone tell me what it is I am missing.
 By the ay it is SQL SERVER 7.0 I am running on.

 Thks in Advance ,
 John.


 


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