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Tutorials - using DB2 and oracle with ssis

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Can anyone tell me where a good tutorial is that explains how to set up an SSIS package using DB2 and/or Oracle?  Every example I have found uses a flat file, which isn't very helpful in my situation.
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This msdn is about siss and connectivity

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb332055.aspx
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