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How do I find out which task maps to DTSStep_DTSActiveScriptTask_5

How do I find out which task maps to DTSStep_DTSActiveScriptTask_5

How do I find out which task maps to DTSStep_DTSActiveScriptTask_5

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I have a package in which I want to loop back to an earlier task, but I don't know which number it is (as in DTSStep_DTSActiveScriptTask_5).

I could try different numbers and trap the one I want with a msgbox but this could take a long time with a package that has a lot of tasks.

Is there a simpler way to find out?

thanks in advance.

RE: How do I find out which task maps to DTSStep_DTSActiveScriptTask_5

Right click on the white space, and select disconnected edit.  You will see a list of all the objects based on the internal names (such as the one you showed).  Click on each one and check the values of the Name field (I think that's what it's called).

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