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SSIS – Package Configuration

As we develop, test and deploy SSIS packages, we need to specify different parameter values for things like database connection strings, file and folder paths, etc. without having to edit the individual SSIS packages to make these changes.

SSIS provides package configuration values to allow developers to dynamically configure those parameter values. Configuration values can be stored in environment variables, XML files, registry settings, and a table in a SQL Server database.  In each case you are storing and maintaining configuration parameter values outside of the SSIS package then using those stored values when executing the package.

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