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DTEXEC and Access 2000

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

Hi All

I have a Access (2000 File Format) Source in my SSIS, and i have to use

1- the 32 bit DTExec

2- set the Run64BitRunTime = FALSE

before rebuilding the package or in other words deployment (I only copy the Package to a folder on production as a deployment in this case)

My Questions are

1- does Access 2000 have a 64bit file format so that i can use the 64bit DTExec?

2- does access XP or higher version ( Like Office 2010) have a 64bit file format? I know they do but i want to know in SSIS do i have to use the 32bit DTExec for that and why?

3- bottom line, yes i know that i have to use a 32 bit DTExec for Access 2000 but do i HAVE to set Run64BitRunTime = FALSE to get the package running on a 64bit production enviroment?


Sincerely SH -- MVP, MCITP 2008, MCTS 2008 & 2005 -- Please kindly mark the post(s) that answered your question and/or vote for the post(s).

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