SQL Server Integration Services Properties (Service Tab)
Use the Servicetab on the Integration Services Properties dialog box to view or specify the following options.
Displays the the location of the program files used by this service.
SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL. If the service fails to start during computer start up, the startup program logs the error and displays a pop-up message box but continues the startup operation. This value cannot be changed.
The Microsoft Windows error code defining any problems encountered in starting or stopping the service. This property is set to ERROR_SERVICE_SPECIFIC_ERROR (1066) when the error is unique to the service represented by this class, and information about the error is available in the ServiceSpecificExitCode property. The service sets this value to NO_ERROR (0) when running, and again upon normal termination.
Displays the name of the computer or cluster running the SSIS service.
Indicates the display name of the service.
Displays the Windows process ID.
SQL Service Type
Displays the type of service provided to calling processes. Microsoft SQL Server installs several services.
Set this service to the following choices:
Manual: This service does not automatically start when the computer starts. You must start the service using SQL Server Configuration Manager, or some other tool.
Automatic: This service attempts to start when this computer starts.
Disabled: This service cannot be started.
Indicates whether this service is running, stopped, or disabled. "…" indicates a state change is pending.