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  Source: test Connection manager TEST   Description: The connection string format is not valid. It must consist of on
e or more components of the form X=Y, separated by semicolons. This error occurs
 when a connection string with zero components is set on database connection manager.
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As it says your connection manager is not defined in the correct format.. click on the connection manager TEST and check the Connection string value in the properties tab.. Post the value, for more help
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