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SSIS SQL Server provider logging (Can’t log to sysdtslog90 table)

I recently migrated from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2008 for our Data Warehouse and analytical reporting (SSIS, SSAS). In SQL Server 2005 I had created several template SSIS projects and a general infrastructure for auditing and error handling. Everything ported fine except for some reason I was not capturing the SSIS logging to the normal dbo.sysdtslog90 table, which is created by default in the database specified in the connection object parameter when you turn the SQL Server logging provider on. I quickly found out that contrary to popular belief SQL Server 2008 (SSIS) does not log to dbo.sysdtslog90 but instead logs to the msdb.dbo.sysssislog table.


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Accomplished Data Warehouse Architect, DBA and Software Architect with over 15 years of professional experience and demonstrated success designing and implementing solutions that improve business functionality and productivity. Highly diverse technical background with proven ability to design, develop and implement technology on an enterprise level. I approach all projects with passion, diligence, integrity, and exceptional aptitude.


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