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I need help debugging a .dtsx program

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Hi Experts,
I have a .dtsx program that I created months ago in SQL Server 2012.  I need to debug it to see what it's doing exactly.  How can I do this in SQL Server 2012?


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mrotor
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You can open SQL Server Data Tools, then open your .dtsx package, then execute it to view 'what it's doing'.

What are your needs:  Is it being executed and throwing an error?
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