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Im working through the SSIS 2005 step by step book.. When I load one of the example solutions I get an error message  about incompatible versions. I updated to SP1; but, that doesnt seem to have helped.

Any ideas?

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Ron

Error      1      Validation error. Data Flow Task - Lookup Names: DTS.Pipeline: The version of component "SQL Server Destination - MatchedNames" (171) is not compatible with this version of the DataFlow.      NewProducts.dtsx      0      0      
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So I brought everything up to the current SP (xp and sqlserver) and the problem went away
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