As to your other question, unfortunately, I don't see a way within the OLE DB Destination Editor to designate delete first, then insert. Because of this, I always had a pre-Data Flow Execute SQL Task to truncate the table I'm writing to. Interestingly enough, when you specify a flat file destination there is an 'Overwrite Data in the File' check box available.
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