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Greetings: I have a question about debugging or stepping through DTS
package Active X scripts. When I hit a bug Microsoft Development
Environment pops up the script and highlights where the error occurred.
I can use the Immediate pane to find out the values in the variables,
but I can't set breakpoints or step through or out of or back into the
script or even change it. Is this possible? I am having trouble
finding references to this. I appreciate any help.

Thanks!

--Rowan

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Greetings: I have a question about debugging or stepping through DTS
package Active X scripts. When I hit a bug Microsoft Development
Environment pops up the script and highlights where the error occurred.
I can use the Immediate pane to find out the values in the variables,
but I can't set breakpoints or step through or out of or back into the
script or even change it. Is this possible? I am having trouble
finding references to this. I appreciate any help.

Thanks!

--Rowan


I've never tried it myself, but it looks like debugging ActiveX in DTS is
somewhat limited:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...df_ax_0bg3.asp
http://groups.google.ch/groups?hl=en...Q%40sqldts.com

Simon
Jul 23 '05 #2

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