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Sequence of Flow in SSIS

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There are two control flow in SSIS. Does they execute in parallel or complete #1 and then #2 ?

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Parallel.  If you want them to complete in some kind of order, then you'll need to click on a precedence constraint in one (aka green arrow going out), click and hold, and then drag it to the other.

Once that happens, you can also double-click on it to change the properties to Success/Completion/Failure, and include an expression.  Your call.
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