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I have a variable which holds the path for an excel file.

I have set the value to work on my local machine.

When I deploy the package the hard coded value is no longer valid. I reset the value using a SQL Package Configuration table.

Is this the correct thing to, or should I map to a valid file path when deploying the package to the server?

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It is always good to have configurable. Whatever you are following is correct, though there are different configuration ways in SSIS. Such as .dtsxconfig file, sql pkg configuration.

 
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