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can i use package parameter in data flow > destination > OpenRowset property  ( SSIS 2012)

Posted on 2016-09-21
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i figured out how to useparameters in connectors and in control flow but i am having problem with data flow destinations boxes.
attached picture shows best what i'm trying to do,  i'm such a noob i cant really describe it properly with words

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found my answer !
few rows above was a access mode property, had to change it to "from varible"
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