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I am migrating SSIS ETL from Windows to Linux and using dtexec. In Windows, the executables can be added as C:\..\..\python.exe. I would like to know how the same can be migrated to Linux as python3 will be present in /usr/bin/python3.

The error is caused by this command:

/opt/ssis/bin/dtexec /Pack xxx.dtsx /Proj xxx.ispac /decrypt test

Error: 2022-01-13 20:10:42.83 Code: 0xC002F304 Source: Load Active Part Meta Data from DDL Execute Process Task Description: An error occurred with the following error message: "The specified executable is not a valid application for this OS platform.".

What I have tried:

I have tried adding paths like C:\usr\bin\python3 as SSIS on Linux maps the Windows-style path C:\test to the Linux-style path /test. But it didn't work.
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Richard MacCutchan 14-Jan-22 9:24am    
You cannot run Windows executables on Linux. However, it is not clear exactly which executable is the cause of the error.
Member 13135528 15-Jan-22 0:20am    
Thanks

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