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@seanholm Product group is working on SSIS for VS 2022, current outlook is end of this year.
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I would suggest at this point for you to run a repair on your Microsoft.DataTools.IntegrationServices.exe (Ver 3.16) as a first attempt. If that doesn't work, I would suggest you uninstall visual studio pro and all of the extensions and reinstall fresh. Run all as admin, reboot machine after your do...
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Yes, my project is set to SQL 2019 with Run64BitRuntime property to true.I refreshed ssis toolbox too I don't understand...
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Check to make sure your SSIS Project TargetVersion is set to SQL 2019 and your Run64BitRuntime = true When I choose these settings and go to the Data Flow Oracle Source and Destination pops up for me.
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I already installed this version of product and it doesn't work. I restarted SSIS services and refresh SSIS Toolbox with any result. Thanks for your help
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