Thank You Ness. Finally someone replied. am reading the post.
Another Q. Can a package be set with more than one config settings, so at 2 different schedules, 2 different config values are got from the config table.
How does the ssis package in msdb scheduled through job knows it has to get value from the config table or from the Set Vaues.
Any guidance would be helpful
I know that you can load multiple config files but I think that these load based upon the order that they are loaded so that you can split your tasks. I'm sure that you could load the configs based upon a query and then load them into an object and then assign them to a variable as you loop through them - that would allow you some variation in how the configs are loaded.
The job knows where to get the values from based upon if you enable configurations in the package. If you use the deployment manifest tool file to deploy it should also prompt you for these when you install the package (however, I tend to use file deployments as I have had issues with msdb and not trusting where it gets the configs from)
Hope this helps
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