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DTEXEC vs DTEXECUI

Postby Chopstik on Tue Jun 16, 2015 1:39 pm

Currently working on a project to automate the deployment of SSIS packages and running into an issue where we get different logging results between using the DTEXECUI (where no error is indicated in the log file generated by the UI) and DTEXEC (which generates a log file that shows that errors have occurred but still shows a DTSER_SUCCESS). In order to automate, I need to be able to identify when I truly have a successful deployment versus a failed deployment. The test files provided to us by the developer both return the same basic result in the DTEXEC log file even though one should fail and one should succeed. I'm trying to get the dev to explain why his files are working the way they are but I'd like to understand the differences in logging between the DTEXEC and DTEXECUI. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I'm not seeing anything in my searches thus far. Thanks.
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