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The configuration entry * had an incorrect format

The configuration entry * had an incorrect format

(OP)
Hello friends!

I'm new to Integration Services and after executing a ".dtsx" file I get the following error:

The configuration entry * had an incorrect format. This can occur because of a missing delimiter or formatting errors, like an invalid array delimiter.

After google it, I haven't find the answer on how to fix it.

Could you help me with this?

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As additional information I post the following information that could be useful:

Integration Services Error and Message Reference
http://goo.gl/9kClA

HResults.DTS_E_CONFIGFORMATINVALID Field
http://goo.gl/mTsCuf

-1073668071 0xC0012019 - DTS_E_CONFIGFORMATINVALID
-2147409895 0x80012019 - DTS_W_CONFIGFORMATINVALID
http://goo.gl/dIxLJK

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Best regards!

Julian Moreno

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