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Disable property in SSIS package Configurations


Disable property in SSIS package Configurations

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Disable property in SSIS package Configurations
In package configuraations setting...when you create an config file..it show a DISABLE property too....

Can anyone tell me why do we use the property?

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any container has the disable property, which means it won't execute at runtime, and as the package is also a container it also has this property.

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