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StartObjectID is set to <Active Package>. but working package is not active package.

●right-click the package in Solution Explorer and choose Execute Package.
OK. active package execute.

●[debug button] is click.
NG. other package execute.
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Is this a bug?

thank you.


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Hi @32287581,

I could not re-produce your issue in my environment. I'm using VS2017 and VS2019.

May I know what's the version of your VS?

Make sure that you have open the active package in the design window.

And please double check that the project property--Debugging---StartObjectID is set to Active Package.

If the issue still occur, please report the issue here. The product team will help check.

Regards,

Zoe


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Thank you so much Zoe,

I could not re-produce your issue in my environment. I'm using VS2017 and VS2019.
May I know what's the version of your VS?
⇒I'm using VS2017.

Make sure that you have open the active package in the design window.
And please double check that the project property--Debugging---StartObjectID is set to Active Package.
⇒Yes,target package is active in the design window.
 and I've checked the project properties and StartObjectID is set to <Active Package>.
 
If the issue still occur, please report the issue here. The product team will help check.
⇒Thank you.
 By the way,According to my sources,the same question it was unsolved.
ssis-start-button-initiates-a-different-package-than-the-one-in-focus


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