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Posted Tuesday, August 6, 2013 5:23 AM
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"EncryptSensitiveWithPassword" stores the password in the package itself".But whenver I store the password and save and close it, the next time I open I do not see the password in the connection manager. I do not want to provide the password in the xml config file and I was expecting the pkg will store the password within itself. But everytime I open the package in the BIDS, I have to enter the password in the connection manager as it is not being saved in it.Can you please let me know if I am missing anything for "EncryptSensitiveWithPassword" option.
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It does store the password in the connection manager.
However, if you open up the editor for the connection manager, it will not show you the password (that would be insecure).
But, because you opened up the editor, it expects that you retype the password, at least if you click OK. If you don't, you actually put in an empty password. If you click cancel, you don't have to retype it.

To check if everything works: close the package and reopen it. Without opening anything, run the package. If it works, the connection password is succesfully saved into the package.




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Does it work with package configuration also ?
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harsimranjeetsinghwasson (8/7/2013)
Does it work with package configuration also ?


Sure. You can store the credentials in a SQL Server configuration table (which is more secure than just an XML file).




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