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Posted Thursday, June 4, 2009 12:20 PM
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I have an SSIS package that I am modifying and I need to adjust the workflow but I cannot see the connectors in BIDS to be able to delete and re-do my flow connectors. I know they are there because if I try to add a connector between the two existing objects where the connector already exists, I get a Microsoft Visual Studio error that states
Cannot create Connector.
Only one workflow can exist between the same two executables.
I'm trying to figure out how to display them?

Anyone help me?

Thanks!
MJ


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Posted Tuesday, July 6, 2010 12:32 PM
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Switch to the code-view (XML) of the SSIS package. You will have to determine the ID of the two elements that the program is complaining about -- the two you are trying to connect, no graphic, but the program says it already has a connection. Mine looked like what you see below. Find yours and just delete those lines. Afterwards, you will be able to connect the two elements normally with the GUI.



<DTS:PrecedenceConstraint>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="Value">0</DTS:Property>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="EvalOp">2</DTS:Property>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="LogicalAnd">-1</DTS:Property>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="Expression"></DTS:Property><DTS:Executable IDREF="{9965A405-F348-40C8-8AA2-18B728B6F849}" DTS:IsFrom="-1"/><DTS:Executable IDREF="{ADC5C4ED-65AE-4DF1-A100-9703BA947663}" DTS:IsFrom="0"/>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="ObjectName">Constraint</DTS:Property>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="DTSID">{7D675726-A0B5-46DC-9442-422B3FAFCC29}</DTS:Property>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="Description"></DTS:Property>
<DTS:Property DTS:Name="CreationName"></DTS:Property></DTS:PrecedenceConstraint>

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Try moving the task - this will often make the connectors re-appear.
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Posted Wednesday, January 19, 2011 3:31 AM
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caroline-599293 (11/10/2010)
Try moving the task - this will often make the connectors re-appear.


As quoted, just moving the task made the connectors re-appear
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