How do I find the .NET framework version used in an SSIS 2008 R2 package?
You have probably found an answer to your question by now. This is for others who might stumble upon this question. Here is one possible way to find out the .NET version used by an SSIS package. Version can be found with the help of a
Script Task. Following example shows how this can be done. This example uses
SSIS 2008 R2.
On the SSIS package's
Control Flowtab, place a
Script Taskas shown in screenshot #1.
Double-click on the
Script Taskto bring up the Script Task Editor as shown in screenshot #2. You can also right-click on the
Script Taskand select
Edit...option to bring up the
Script Task Editor.
Script Task Editor, click the Edit Script... button. This will open a new IDE with the
Script Taskcode as shown in screenshot #3.
Script Task code IDE, click on the menu
Project Explorerto open the project explorer as shown in screenshot #4.
Project Explorer, double-click on the
Propertiesto open the properties pane as shown in the screenshot #5.
Target Framework field on the
Applicationsection of the
Propertiespane shown in the screenshot #6 should display the .NET framework version.
Hope that helps.