SSIS - import multiple flat files with same fields into one SQL Table

I'm  new to SSIS and I need to build a dataflow that imports multiple flat files (all with the sanme field layout) into one SQL table.  I've built the dataflow for one but now I need to add all the other flat files.  Although I have a little experience in C#, my preference would be to do this without writing C# code.. Therefore, I believe I will need a separate connection manager for each file, correct?  When I add a 2nd source connection manager and try to add a 2nd flow to the OLEDB table destinatiion, I get a message that there are no available imputs.  Will I need to have a a separate copy of the destination for each source, or is there a better way to accomplish?
Thanks!
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brejkCommented:
Use this nice little article: http://www.sqlis.com/55.aspx. ForEach Loop container, variables and Expressions property is what you need to use.
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vhpcompAuthor Commented:
Perfect, this is much better than building 50+ connections! Thanks.
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brejkCommented:
I am happy that you like it. Don't forget to check the answer as a solution for the problem (and to award me with some points maybe) ;-)
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vhpcompAuthor Commented:
whoops, new interface since I was last here. It gets worse -Now I  accepted my comment as the solution!  I will get this corrected.
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brejkCommented:
I've been visiting this site since January so for me this GUI is the only one I know :-) Thanks.
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