SSIS Run64BitRuntime

Posted on 2013-09-12
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Last Modified: 2016-02-11
In my Visual Studio 2005 BI (Yeah...I know...it's 2013 now. Tell my boss)
Accessing SQL Server 2005...again...yeahh...I know...

I can't find where to change the Run64BitRuntime and set to false.

I see all the articles but can't for the life of me track down that property page anywhere in the project
Question by:lrbrister

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Setting the [Run64bitRuntime] = False on the debugging property page:

- Right click you’re SSIS project in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 BIDS and click on properties

- Click on Debugging
- Click on CmdLineArguments under Start Options
- Then enter the value as  [Run64bitRuntime] = False

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