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Default SQL Server 2005 SSIS and ODBC

I cannot find any ODBC source connection to select as a Data Flow source. How do you use an ODBC connection manager (example iSeries) to copy data in SSIS in Business Intelligence Dev Studio other than using Execute SQL Task from the Control Flow Items? Cannot find any examples.
Anyone who know?

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