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Execute package task connection string

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   I have a SSIS project with 10 packages. All are stored in the file system.
From the master package, I want to place Execute Package task and set the properties(Location: File System) and connection to be dynamic.
I have created File connection manager.
How can I set the Execute Package Task properties to be dynamic. I have set the package configurations(configuration values are in the local DBAdmin database, SSISConfig table).

If I want to call 10 packages from the master package using Exec Pack Task, do I need to create 10 File Connections?????
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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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yes you need to create 10 connections
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thanks
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