Is there a way to provide IIS with the location of a DLL that your MVC solution depends on?


I am building an application that scaffolds a SSIS package using EzAPI (Version 0.8.5). The code runs perfect within visual studio, no errors or bugs until I publish the MVC application (.NET 4.5) to the IIS server (Version 10.0.14298). This is when the function fails and doesn't save the package. The following error is thrown on save:

{"The system cannot find the file specified. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070002)":null} source: Microsoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTS

I have ensured that SSIS, Integration services have been installed on the IIS server, exact same version as my local instance MSSQL2017 so the DLL's I require are all in the same folders. I deployed to my local instance of IIS and get the same error as well.

using Microsoft.SqlServer.SSIS.EzAPI;

EzPackage _package = new EzPackage() { Name = "Package" };
_package.SaveToFile(@"C:\Package.dtsx"); // Fails here with error

The expectation would be that the package would be generated and then I would be able to view it within the C drive but it looks like it fails when it tries to build / finalize the package

Stack Trace:

" at Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Package.SaveToXML(String& packageXml, IDTSEvents events)\r\n at Microsoft.SqlServer.SSIS.EzAPI.EzPackage.SaveToXML(IDTSEvents events)\r\n at Microsoft.SqlServer.SSIS.EzAPI.EzPackage.SaveToFile(String fileName)\r\n at method(ViewModel model) in Logic.cs:line 641"

asked on Stack Overflow Aug 14, 2019 by Razack Mahomed • edited Aug 14, 2019 by pix

1 Answer


Try creating a folder in C:. For example, C:\packages. Make sure the app pool user has read/write access to the folder. Try adding IUSR or the app pool ( IIS AppPool\ApplicationPoolName ) user to the C:\packages folder with read write permissions.

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 13, 2019 by salli • edited Dec 13, 2019 by Gonzalo Garcia

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