Application.SetPackageRoles Method

Sets the database roles that have read access and write access to the package. Database roles apply only to package stored in the SQL Server msdb database.

Namespace:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime
Assembly:  Microsoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTS (in Microsoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTS.dll)


Public Sub SetPackageRoles ( _
    serverName As String, _
    packagePath As String, _
    readerRole As String, _
    writerRole As String _
Dim instance As Application
Dim serverName As String
Dim packagePath As String
Dim readerRole As String
Dim writerRole As String

instance.SetPackageRoles(serverName, _
    packagePath, readerRole, writerRole)
public void SetPackageRoles(
    string serverName,
    string packagePath,
    string readerRole,
    string writerRole
void SetPackageRoles(
    String^ serverName, 
    String^ packagePath, 
    String^ readerRole, 
    String^ writerRole
member SetPackageRoles : 
        serverName:string * 
        packagePath:string * 
        readerRole:string * 
        writerRole:string -> unit 
public function SetPackageRoles(
    serverName : String, 
    packagePath : String, 
    readerRole : String, 
    writerRole : String


  • serverName
    Type: System.String
    Specify the name and instance of the server that contains the package.
  • packagePath
    Type: System.String
    Specify the name of the package.
  • readerRole
    Type: System.String
    Specify a role to have read access.
  • writerRole
    Type: System.String
    Specify a role to have write access.


The following code example shows how to set package roles, assuming the variables have been set to reflect your specific server name, package path, and roles.

app.SetPackageRoles(serverName, packagePath, readerRole, writerRole); 
app.SetPackageRoles(serverName, packagePath, readerRole, writerRole)