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how to go about for the wizard ?
Sorry ,I am knew to this hence detailed explanation of how to save an ssis pakage and how to use in it from another application.
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SameerJagdaleCommented:
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TENINFOTECHAuthor Commented:
thanx this was exactly wht i was searching in for????/
thanx alot.....
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TENINFOTECHAuthor Commented:
Thanx for the links above.....

but i would like to know how can i set the connectionmangers.connectionstring property at client end...

Am i Suppose to design the Userinterface for it or is any inbuilt functionality available same as tht we have for the data import export wizard i.e can we have the accessbility of the forms for selecting the datasource and data destination in the  data import export wizard  at the client end.if so how to go about it.

And Finally i would like to know whether the package is compatible on SQLExpress and if so whts the requiremnts to be installed at the client end for succesful deployment of this package.


Please do help looking forward....
thank u  once again.
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