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Hommer
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Posted - 02/19/2015 :  11:00:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,

I have this rather simple ssis package that I couldn't figure out all a sudden its deployment wouldn't run.

The change is just adding two extra columns in the select statement, and exec fine inside VS2008, and build successfully.

However, when I run the .SSISDeploymentManifest file inside its bin\deployment folder, all I got is a windows warning of allow make change to this computer, then this next, which after I clicked Ok, did not do anything. Normally, it should show me select file system, server option screen.

I went through the same process couple weeks ago without issue, and between now and then, I could not find out any environment changes.

Help! Thanks!



TITLE: Package Installation Wizard
------------------------------

You need to specify the full path to a SSIS deployment manifest file.

------------------------------
BUTTONS:

OK
------------------------------

Hommer
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808 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2015 :  12:00:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I think I am fighting the issue causing by UAC (User Account Control) on Windows 2008.

Normally, I shift-right click to choose "Run As Administrator", but now that option is not there.

The windows/network team may have updated my pc remotely...



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Originally posted by Hommer

Hi,

I have this rather simple ssis package that I couldn't figure out all a sudden its deployment wouldn't run.

The change is just adding two extra columns in the select statement, and exec fine inside VS2008, and build successfully.

However, when I run the .SSISDeploymentManifest file inside its bin\deployment folder, all I got is a windows warning of allow make change to this computer, then this next, which after I clicked Ok, did not do anything. Normally, it should show me select file system, server option screen.

I went through the same process couple weeks ago without issue, and between now and then, I could not find out any environment changes.

Help! Thanks!



TITLE: Package Installation Wizard
------------------------------

You need to specify the full path to a SSIS deployment manifest file.

------------------------------
BUTTONS:

OK
------------------------------


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Hommer
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808 Posts

Posted - 02/19/2015 :  15:15:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I think I got it resolved by copy it to my local instead of running it from the network location.


quote:
Originally posted by Hommer

Hi,

I have this rather simple ssis package that I couldn't figure out all a sudden its deployment wouldn't run.

The change is just adding two extra columns in the select statement, and exec fine inside VS2008, and build successfully.

However, when I run the .SSISDeploymentManifest file inside its bin\deployment folder, all I got is a windows warning of allow make change to this computer, then this next, which after I clicked Ok, did not do anything. Normally, it should show me select file system, server option screen.

I went through the same process couple weeks ago without issue, and between now and then, I could not find out any environment changes.

Help! Thanks!



TITLE: Package Installation Wizard
------------------------------

You need to specify the full path to a SSIS deployment manifest file.

------------------------------
BUTTONS:

OK
------------------------------


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