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Old January 10th, 2008, 07:22 AM
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Default SSIS integration

I have a package which loads the file from one of the folder and encrypt it and then stores in another folder.
The new folder created will be named as Today's date say (01102008),further executions will create folders like 01102008-2,01102008-3,01102008-4,etc.

Every time i execute the package,it creates a new folder,saves it in a global variable and then creates the encrypted files in this new folder,in case of DTS................

But after migration,The problem i'm facing is,when i execute the package for the first time,the package tries to locate the folder in the Global variable value set in the properties,if it's present.. it creates d encrypted files in that file.Otherwise it just creates an empty folder with today's date.
When i alert the folder name in the script,i get the correct value.
Can anyone please help me find ,where i am going wrong....

Thanks in Advance...............


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