SSIS: globally set the Default Maximum Insert Commit Size

Is there a way to globally set the Default Maximum Insert Commit Size for the Destination Component in SQL Server 2012 SSIS (Visual Studio 2012)? I know I can change the value when I am configuring the values. I would like to have my own value loaded to the box when I open the Destination Editor. Would this be a registry hack?
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shambaladAuthor Commented:
Not much interest in this question I guess....
If you want to set or view in visual studio at run time you can view or set the value using dts object.
Dts.Variables["MyCaseSensitiveVariableName"].Value = ????

Is this what you'd like?
shambaladAuthor Commented:
I was hoping to find something I could set once for posterity.
Damey - If I don't get any better alternatives in the next day or two, I'll accept your answer.
Thank you for your help.
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Thanks sham, I just re-read your post and I think I know what your trying to do, I was thinking in code for performance tuning these values can really make a difference in fine tuning.
If you want to set this you can add your own config files to the package.
Here is a tutorial on how to:

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shambaladAuthor Commented:
Damey -
Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. Been studying for the 461 Cert exam which I am taking tomorrow morning (who writes those questions?). I get back to this topic tomorrow afternoon. Thanks for your help.
shambaladAuthor Commented:
Good morning -
I'm looking at this right now. The Configuration file appears to be the solution I am looking for.
Will get back to you later today with the results of my investigation.
shambaladAuthor Commented:
Damey -
I find myself again apologizing for the delay in closing out this question. Setting up a config file is the solution, and I will accept your suggestion as the solution. Before I do that, though, I want to implement the config file, and include it in this question. When I sent you the last post, I thought we were going to working in an SSIS environment the following day in class. That did not turn out to be so. I just finished the school and got back home early yesterday. My plan is to set up an environment to create the config file later today (tomorrow at the latest). Once I have done that I will close this out. No matter what happens, I will close this out tomorrow. Thank you for your patience.
shambaladAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help. When the time comes that I have set up the environment, I will return to this question to add the content of the configuration file.
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