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Hey,

I'm a complete noob in Visual Studio so this might be a silly question...

I have to debug SSIS and I have the SSIS package which I'm trying to open in VS2005; however, if I run the .sln file I get an error that the dtproj is not installed; if I try to run dtproj I get the same error.

Any pointers?

Thanks,
Kate
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You pointed me in the right direction.  I already have SQL Server 2008 installed with Business Intelligence Studio.  The problem was that I was trying to open it in Visual Studio 2005 instead of running the Business Intelligence Development Studio and opening the .dproj file in there.
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