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DTS Package - Append Results to Text File

I have created a DTS package which transfers data from a SQL 2000
server table to a text file. Each time the package is executed the
data in the text file is replace with the new data from the current
execution of the package. Can DTS append new text to a text file and
not replace it each time the package executes. Is there an option or
seeting for this? I havent seen one. Can anyone help me out on this.
Thank you,

Brett

Jul 23 '05 #1
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I have created a DTS package which transfers data from a SQL 2000
server table to a text file. Each time the package is executed the
data in the text file is replace with the new data from the current
execution of the package. Can DTS append new text to a text file and
not replace it each time the package executes. Is there an option or
seeting for this? I havent seen one. Can anyone help me out on this.
Thank you,

Brett


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Simon
Jul 23 '05 #2
I doubt it will let you handle merging file text thru DTS. Anyone
correct me if I am wrong..!

Jul 23 '05 #3

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