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errors during package opening in BIDS

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hi experts, I have a bunch of errors when trying to open an already existing package. I need to make some modifications on existing package created by someone else, please find attached the errors, please let me know how I can solve them.
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It looks like there is a password stored in the DataSource of the package (probably a SQL Server login), and that package was probably saved by a user other than yourself.  BIDS doesn't like this and throws errors such as the one you have reported.  This is normal behaviour.

Simply ignore the errors, open the datasource, and see how the connection to the database is configured.  If it is a SQL login, re-enter the password and save the package, and it should be OK.
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