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I have an Excel task which is providing error text through the GUI, but I don't know how to access the error task without the GUI and the error disappears if I move the cursor from the X

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I have the project property Run64BitRuntime set to False (though it is not editable so even if I wanted to, couldn't change it to true)

  • By the way, installing the accessDatabaseEngine resolved the issue. While most people reporting this had 32bit office installed with no 64bit driver, I had 64bit installed with no 32 bit driver. The Run64BitRuntime=Falso was causing SSIS to run the 32 bit office driver which was not installed. – Thronk Sep 13 '13 at 1:37
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Design-time errors, warnings, and informational messages show up in the Error List pane, which can be shown by going to View | Error List.

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  • I was really hoping this would solve my problem but alas... The Error List is empty even though I have a task with an Error emblem and the leading half of an error message in a tooltip – APC May 13 '19 at 17:26

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