- Vb6 Missing Microsoft Dts Package Object Library File
- Vb6 Missing Microsoft Dts Package Object Library Free
- Microsoft Dts Package Object Library
Since I am a developer with SQL Server loaded as well as Microsoft Excel, I only had to select References and check the 'Microsoft DTSPackage Object Library'. When I deploy this spreadsheet to the. To execute a package from Visual Basic is a relatively simple task using the DTS object model. Before you start using the object model you must add a the appropriate reference to your project. From the Project menu select References and check the 'Microsoft DTSPackage Object Library'. Hi, I have recently created a VB6 application that provides a list of available DTS Packages on the SQL Server 2000 database to the user and allows them to execute the package. You can reference to Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel Dll which will also help manipulate excel data. Refering to your question - Microsoft Excel 16.0 Object Library will not be available for VS 2012 - probabaly look for Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library. Add Reference - COM - Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
Vb6 Missing Microsoft Dts Package Object Library File
Vb6 Missing Microsoft Dts Package Object Library Free
Microsoft Dts Package Object Library
I am developing a Visual Basic 6.0 application on a client PC running Windows 2000 SP-4. The SQL Server 2000 database resides on a server running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP-1. My VB program will not compile because there is no reference to the “Microsoft DTS Package Object Library” – I think. i.e.:
Dim objPackage As DTS.Package2
Dim objStep As DTS.Step
Dim objTask As DTS.Task
Dim objExecPkg As DTS.ExecutePackageTask
There is no: “Microsoft DTS *” in the list of ‘Available Resources’ (Tools, References). I installed Microsoft SQL Server 2000 – Client Tools on the client PC, but still no reference(s) for DTS. What am I doing wrong or what do I need to do?