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DTS - commit all transactions only on successful completeion of whole package

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Using DTS, how can I make it so I only commit transactions on successsful completion of the whole package and all 10 seperate transactions?  i.e. if 1 dts fails, then all previously successful transdactions are rolledback?

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Open your package in designer.  Right click on the designer screen and choose package properties.  Click on the advanced tab.  make sure you have the "Use Transactions" check box checked.  Then, click ok.  Now, if you click on the transformation line between your inputs and outputs, click on the options tab, you can select the transactions settings you need for your job (join transaction if present, rollback on failure).
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