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i am using a EPT to call another package but the package keeps firing, is there a way to control this.
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Please explain what you mean with "keeps firing".

If you have an Execute Package task in your Control Flow, not inside any container, it should only call the package once.  If however you've put this Execute Package task inside a For Loop or ForEach Loop container, in that case it'll probably get called multiple times (depends on how many times the loops are executed).
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thanks valention, i had a test package set up, and call the package within the package. but created a new package and its fine.


thanks.
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good, thanks.
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