SSIS/SSDT process not responding on new sql server

DSSH 61 Reputation points

We migrated over from old sql server 2008 to a new one that is 2012. When running a process in SSDT we see “Not Responding” when running a process which is not normal behavior on the old server or when running SSIS or SSDT locally.

When it actually runs it is not showing the typical “hour glass” or donut icon we would see on the container to show that’s it running. It told me the solution/package was running, but nothing actually happened and no data was loaded. It’s a basic import script, nothing is being imported into table from new environment. Any thoughts on how to troubleshoot.

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  1. Yitzhak Khabinsky 21,511 Reputation points

    Hi @DSSH ,

    Are you using Integration Services Catalog and SSISDB database?

    You need to turn on verbose logging, and run the built-in SSIS reports in SSMS.
    It will reveal what is going on.


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  2. Monalv-MSFT 5,776 Reputation points

    Hi @DSSH ,

    1.If we execute SSIS Package inside SSDT for Visual Studio, please click Debug > Windows > Output.

    2.If the packages ran from SSMS under SSIS Catalog, please right click on Package > Reports > Standard Reports > All executions.

    3.If the execute the packages not stored in SSIS Catalog in SQL Agent Job, please right click on the job and choose View History.

    Please refer to How to view SSIS Package execution log in Visual Studio / SSIS Catalog Execution / Job Log.

    Best regards,


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