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Old May 16th, 2007, 07:38 AM
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On the pane on the left (two tabs, Language and Browser) you can double-click on the available global variables and it will paste the correct reference into your code.

Turn on just-in-time debugging and step through your code to make sure you're referencing the variable correctly. (Right-click "Data Transformation Services" in Enterprise Manager and there's an option to turn on Debugging.)

Then within your code place a STOP statement and it will break during execution. SAVE your package before debugging. The debugger will always (?) close Enterprise Manager after you're done debugging.

Nothing in your code off-hand looks odd. Your options to do what you want are to add an ActiveX script within the workflow properties, or to, as you're trying to do, use a pass/fail condition to branch. has additional information that you may find helpful.