Problem running a DTSX package from Stored Procedure

I can run a DTSX package from the command line and from a query in the Server Management Studio.
The problem is that i need this line to run in a Stored Procedure. When i run the Stored Procedure it hangs just when executing the DTSX Package.

Any ideas?
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Have you considered adding logging to your SSIS  package to see what is going on?
Steve HoggITCommented:
Save the dtsx package into a SQL Server Agent Job. Then use the sp_start_job stored procedure from your stored procedure to execute. It will not wait for a result.
As to why the stored procedure is hanging, please send code if you want to debug. Thanks.

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rojas_alfredoAuthor Commented:
Thank's for the solution, i saved the package as a job and i just wrote some code to check the status of the job and voila.
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