Application.SaveToSqlServer(Package, IDTSEvents, String, String, String) Application.SaveToSqlServer(Package, IDTSEvents, String, String, String) Method

Definition

Saves a package to an instance of SQL Server.

public:
 void SaveToSqlServer(Microsoft::SqlServer::Dts::Runtime::Package ^ package, Microsoft::SqlServer::Dts::Runtime::IDTSEvents ^ events, System::String ^ serverName, System::String ^ serverUserName, System::String ^ serverPassword);
public void SaveToSqlServer (Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Package package, Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.IDTSEvents events, string serverName, string serverUserName, string serverPassword);

Parameters

package
Package Package

The package to save.

events
IDTSEvents IDTSEvents

The IDTSEvents object.

serverName
String String

The name of the instance of SQL Server to save the package to.

serverUserName
String String

The user name used to log on to the server.

serverPassword
String String

The password for the user account.

Examples

The following code example saves the sample package to SQL Server. To verify that the package was saved, run the following Transact-SQL query against the msdb database. The query returns all packages stored in the msdb system table.

select * from sysssispackages

Or, connect to the Integration Services service, expand Stored Packages, and then expand MSDB. The package with the name UsingExecuteProcess will be listed.

using System;  
using System.Collections.Generic;  
using System.Text;  
using Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime;  
  
namespace LoadFromSQLServerTest  
{  
    class Program  
    {  
        static void Main(string[] args)  
        {  
            // The variable, pkg, points to the location  
            // of the UsingExecuteProcess sample installed with  
            // the SSIS package samples.  
            string pkg = @"C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Integration Services\Package Samples\ExecuteProcess Sample\ExecuteProcess\UsingExecuteProcess.dtsx";  
            Application app = new Application();  
            Package loadedPkg = app.LoadPackage(pkg, null);  
  
            // Save the package to SQL Server.  
            app.SaveToSqlServer(loadedPkg, null, "yourserver", null, null);  
  
            // The package can now be viewed in the   
            // Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, in the   
            // Integration Services / Stored Packages / MSDB folder,  
            // with the name UsingExecuteProcess.  
            Package pkgIn = new Package();  
            pkgIn = app.LoadFromSqlServer("\\UsingExecuteProcess", "yourserver", null, null, null);  
            DateTime pkgCreation = pkgIn.CreationDate;  
            Console.WriteLine("Creation Date = {0}", pkgCreation);  
        }  
    }  
}  
Imports System  
Imports System.Collections.Generic  
Imports System.Text  
Imports Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime  
  
Namespace LoadFromSQLServerTest  
    Class Program  
        Shared  Sub Main(ByVal args() As String)  
            ' The variable, pkg, points to the location  
            ' of the UsingExecuteProcess sample installed with  
            ' the SSIS package samples.  
            Dim pkg As String =  "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Integration Services\Package Samples\ExecuteProcess Sample\ExecuteProcess\UsingExecuteProcess.dtsx"   
            Dim app As Application =  New Application()   
            Dim loadedPkg As Package =  app.LoadPackage(pkg,Nothing)   
  
            ' Save the package to SQL Server.  
            app.SaveToSqlServer(loadedPkg, Nothing, "yourserver", Nothing, Nothing)  
  
            ' The package can now be viewed in the   
            ' Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, in the   
            ' Integration Services / Stored Packages / MSDB folder,  
            ' with the name UsingExecuteProcess.  
            Dim pkgIn As Package =  New Package()   
            pkgIn = app.LoadFromSqlServer("\\UsingExecuteProcess", "yourserver", Nothing, Nothing, Nothing)  
            Dim pkgCreation As DateTime =  pkgIn.CreationDate   
            Console.WriteLine("Creation Date = {0}", pkgCreation)  
        End Sub  
    End Class  
End Namespace  

Sample Output:

Creation Date = 5/5/2003 5:46:00 PM

Applies to