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Posted Tuesday, December 14, 2010 3:34 PM
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Hi

Thanks for the post... A little more explanation or comment on how to create the config file might have been helpful

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HI

I am relatively new to all this.
I am having an issue with the following step
4. Go to menu item SSIS->Package Configurations and enable package configurations for this package. In the Package Configuration wizard window, select the 'Name' and 'Value' properties for user variables 'MailTo,MailFrom and SmtpServer'
if somebody could give me a few more detailed setup, I can enable package configurations however I am having diffuiculties finding the

Package Configuration wizard window, select the 'Name' and 'Value' properties

where I need do select which configuration type it is, any help??
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Posted Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:34 PM
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I can see the images correctly, but I'm trying with the script and I have an error:

name dts is not declared

I don't know what I have to do in tis case. I'm using the Script Task with Microsoft Visual Basic 2008

Any idea?

Thanks,
Nancy
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