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Posted on 2013-06-08
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i checked out a package from svn
1. how do i branch it?
2. the package has config for dev, test and prd
 how do i make changes ? i just need to make some changes in one of the sql tasks.

the package
csv file is used to load in database. i need to add a field in the db. also the package is spitting in the oracle db where i need to add a field. how do i connect to oracle db?
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my question is
1. i checked out a package from svn. i need to add fields in the table which is being populated from a csv file.the package is populating a table in sql server and also a table in oracle db.
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David Todd earned 350 total points
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Hi,

Branching is where there are multiple success paths from one task, and each path has a condition on it.

HTH
  David
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