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Precedence Constraint Editor Expression

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I'm building a constraint editor in my SSIS package. In my expression, I want to check if the filename contains certain values before proceeding.

I wrote something like this, but it didn't work

@[User::FileName] Like "%RT10P%"

Do anyone have any ideas on how to do this?
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Nevermind found solution.

I will use the findstring function to do this.

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