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Run SSIS package in two different schedule

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I have 2 data flows inside my package, I wanted to run the first data flow step in the morning and the other data flow step in the evening. is this possible?
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uhh.. errmmm....

You can't run only a subset of an SSIS package, unless you have code that determines what to execute, what not to execute.
Perhaps you can schedule your SSIS package using SQL Agent / ActiveBatch / Whatever, where the job passes a parameter that means one thing for the am job, and nother for the pm job.
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Why not just have 2 separate packages?
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