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I am new to SSIS so I need some help on most basic things. I am creating a package that transfers data from one source to another and there are two tables in a source db and two corresponding tables in the target db. I added one source and one destination to my Data Flow task but each one only allows me to choose one table. My question is - do I add another data flow task for the second table or do I add one more set of source-destination controls from the toolbox?

How is it normally done when transferring data from multiple tables/views with SSIS?
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You have need not add another data flow task..

but you have to make another source and destination tables ( each of them have a different names)...

You can put them in the same task or different one.
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