Redirecting Errors in SSIS

I have an OledDB source(Oracle) and a OleDB Destination(SQL Server) and I tried to add a Redirect on the Destination to another SQL table and I mapped the columns to the Error table which is the same as the Dest but has Error columns as well. The initial problem is a Foreign key Constraint so I wanted to know the bad rows and still Insert the good rows but it seems that all the rows are going into the Error table, which cannot be correct. I have attached a pic so you can see what Im talking about.  Any help would be appreciated...Thanks
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jknj72Asked:
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YZlatCommented:
That's not enough information. Could you double-click on the SQL Server Destination and click on the Error output. And then take the screen shot

Also I'd like to suggest that you use for errors flat file destination object and write errors to csv file. At least for now to test things out

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jknj72Author Commented:
My problem is that I am trying to write duplicate rows but that doesn't take away from the fact that I couldn't get the Redirecting to work. I have since taken it off and will have to repost again when I try to use it. Thanks for the help though
jknj72Author Commented:
Thanks
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