New to SSIS package editing SQL 2012, VS2010. creating a database in t-sql before attempting to load into it.

hi guys, am new to editing SSIS packages in VS2010 so any pointers would be helpful and more specifically for my problem.
I am importing data from 1 database to another. It is currently a  3 step process, 1st step creates database and tables, 2nd step loads data into those tables and 3rd step applies constraints.
If I execute each step in turn it works fine.
If I run the package it does not and I get the error shown.
I believe this is happening because my Destination as defined by DestinationConnectionOLDDB and tables referenced by Load Data do not exist at the point of clicking execute package.
What should I be doing to handle this scenario?
Thanks!
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dgloverukAsked:
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Vikas GargBusiness Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
Hello,

This is Validation error since the SSIS package before execution starts validating the package.
So to over come this you have to enable the delay validating property of the package and the tasks as well.

This will allow the package to run since it will get the required database at the run time when it will be created.
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dgloverukAuthor Commented:
Thank you Vikas, I found this property on the node, I hadn't spotted it on the package itself!
Regards,
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