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I have 3 dataflow tasks in a row that insert records.  If anything at all fails during the dataflow task i want everything to get rolled back.  For some reason i am not seeing a transaction task.  It there something like that?
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Hi,

Check here (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms141144.aspx)

Normally you have to Update the TransactionOption to (Required)

Hope that helps!
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