SSIS Execution Location Problem and config files

Discussion in 'microsoft.public.sqlserver.dts' started by hoots, Jun 27, 2007.

  1. hoots

    hoots Guest

    The Problem:

    I want to be able to use an assembly of an independant application
    which is not strong named from within an SSIS script component. I have
    created a wrapper assembly (Utils.dll) which is located in the same
    directory as it's dependant Dlls for this purpose and I'm calling it
    using reflection, example script code is:

    Dim UTILS as Assembly
    Dim tObject As Type
    Dim TheObject as Object

    UTILS = Assembly.LoadFrom("D:\\Development\\TestApp\\Utils\\bin
    \\Debug\\Utils.dll")
    tObject = LILI_UTILS.GetType("Utils.Data.TheObject")
    TheObject = tObject .InvokeMember("TheObject",
    BindingFlags.CreateInstance, Nothing, Nothing, Nothing)
    TheObject.Validate(SomeData)

    Although I can call the Validate method, the Validate method uses an
    object in this external application assembly, but that object is
    reporting that it can't find a certain entry in the config file which
    I assume is because it's looking at one of the config files in "C:
    \Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\DTS\binn\" rather than it's
    specific config file. This is backed by the fact that examining the
    AppDomain.CurrentDomain object shows that the BaseDirectory is "C:
    \Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\DTS\binn\".

    Now I don't know the ins and outs of this external application and I
    don't have control of it, in fact it has about 50 of it's own config
    files so I don't want to mess about with config structures. Is it
    possible to make the working folder for SSIS different to "C:\Program
    Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\DTS\binn\"? Would this even work or is
    there another way of making the correct config information being
    picked up?

    If anyone has any ideas it would be much appreciated, I really could
    do with finding a way to use aspects of this external system without
    knowing everything about it, there are so many dlls and configurations
    of this external app that I just don't know about.

    thanks

    Hoots.
     
    hoots, Jun 27, 2007
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