XML Includes Tabs And Spaces

Sander Stad ran into an error creating a Biml script:

Apparently SSIS doesn’t agree with my code. So opening the editor of the raw file connection, changing the access mode to “File name” showed me this:

There are spaces and tabs in front of the path! SSIS doesn’t work well with spaces and that’s one of the reasons why you should not use spaces in file names in the first place.

This is one of the trickier bits of XML-based languages (like Biml):  spacing inside tags can matter…sometimes…

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