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Default Deployment - Execute Package task

Hi,

I have a package which invokes a subpackage using execute package task, intially i got an error (Failed to decrypt protected XML node "PackagePassword"...) because of the encryption and finally changed to "rely on server storage" during deployment of the package to the server. Now, I could able to run the package from the server but not from job. Is there any issue with the deployment. Pls. help me.

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Chandra
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