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Working on an inherited SSIS —it's been a while. The Green (Success) connector between controls have a small blue icon with an fx symbol in it...
can someone tell me how to read this?
Is it a. Constraint?

Thank you,
davlyo
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You know, I've been using SSIS for many years and I don't remember for sure off the top of my head because I haven't used it recently. There's an expression applied to the constraint. A right click or double click on the Fx icon should do it, I would think, or anywhere on the constraint line. You need to edit the constraint properties to see the details, although hovering over the icon might show you something. The behavior may vary depending on the version of SSIS and the designer you are using to edit.

If that doesn't do it, I will be free a bit later and I will bring up the designer and refresh my memory.
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Thank you —I was double clicking the blue icon, I needed to double click the Green join. Opened up and explained exactly what was happening NEXT. Thank you —
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