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Posted Monday, July 30, 2012 3:06 AM
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It certainly helped me - 2 years down the road... Thanks :)
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This is what i exactly did, changed debugger to 32 bit which worked like charm!

This happens when you copy package from other source server onto same or different server. Make sure all the connections in the package as well as configuration is same as of source package.
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Go to solution Explorer and click on the project.

Then in the menu bar go Project > Properties > Debugging
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Old Hand,

Changing Run64BitRuntime to False in Project Properties >> Debugging worked.



Thanks,
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Posted Wednesday, December 31, 2014 11:21 AM
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In Solution Explorer (CTRL + ALT + L in BIDS 2008), it is the name on top (usually in BOLD), it contains other folders such as Data Sources, Data Source Views, SSIS Packages (and other folders created by user).

Right Click on that Folder Name>> Click on Properties>> (in the dailog box) click on Debugging located in the panel on left hand side, you will see Run64BitRuntime (in Debug Options group).

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Posted Wednesday, February 4, 2015 10:06 PM
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Hi,

Please find the following image to change the Run64BitRumtime as false.

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