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Hey there! I have a DTS import package from an old SQL server that
takes flat text files, does some munging on the columns using ActiveX
scripts and imports those flat files to various tables.

The package itself is rather tedious because it does this munging on
a
number of large files with a number of different fields.
When I bring the package in via SSIS, importing/migrating the
package,
the column mappings are completely gone, as are the ActiveX
scripts...
Is there a known issue with ActiveX column mapping and SSIS?
I'd hate to have to create the package all over again using SSIS, it
would be a LOT of work...
Andy
http://www.fboweb.com

Feb 26 '07 #1
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