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Posted - 08/25/2014 :  03:37:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

a wired glitch in my SSIS 2005 package in production server where the FTP folder location is not showing but its existing in my laptop version

EX: - t01/app/_res folder
When i open the package from the production server "res" is not showing within the remote path in the file transfer task.
but "_res" folder is shown in my development environment.

I tried with winscp FTP software in the production sever , and was able to access the "_res" location through the FTP software. What could this be? a BIDS sofitware version issue???

VS 2005 Version in development server
-Is 8.0.50727.42(Premier Partner ENU) .net framework is 4.5.1

VS 2005 Version in production server
-Is 8.0.50728 (Premier Partner ENU) .net framework is 2.0 Service pack 2.0


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Posted - 08/25/2014 :  21:19:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

User name and Password is also working in production. thats why i can se all the other folders in the FTP server location "t01/app/" except "_res" folder in the production when i broswe the path within the FTP task in ssis but i can clearly see the "_res" folder when i browse the path in my laptop.

Edited by - AngoloBanficio on 08/25/2014 21:20:24
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