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Event ID: 81 Source: DataTransformationServices

Level
Description
The execution of the following DTS Package failed:

Error Source: Microsoft Data Transformation Services (DTS) Package
Error Description:Package failed because Step <step name>'' failed.
Error code: <error code>
Error Help Context ID: <help id>

<package details>

Package Steps execution information: <package log information>
Comments
 
This event can occur if the DTS package tries to copy lots of data to the MOM Reporting Server database and the MOM Reporting Server database has insufficient free space to complete the copy task. See ME899158 to solve this problem.

See the link to "FAQShop Article" for additional information about this event.
This event indicates that the package described has failed during execution. Further information about the step that failed and the exact cause can be found within the description itself. The most common cause for package failure once deployed is due to differences in execution location and context when called from a SQL Server Agent job. For more information on this topic, see ME269074. The event is raised in response to the "Write completion status to event log" option being set in the package designer. This reflects the WriteCompletionStatusToNTEventLog package object property being set to true. In the event of the package succeeding, event ID 80 is raised instead.

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