Learning Path for ETL Design Patterns

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OrderTopicLevelCBIP
1ETL Design PatternBasic
2SAP Data Services Design Pattern: SCD Type 1 (Full)Basic
3SAP Data Services Design Pattern: SCD 1 (using Table Comparison Transform)Basic

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In this tutorial again, we will show you the SAP Data Services design pattern for a Slowly Changing Dimension of Type 1, this time using table comparison transform. We have also included one hands-on video below to take you through the actual Data Services job for demonstrating SCD Type 1 design.

In this tutorial we will show you the SAP Data Services design pattern for a Slowly Changing Dimension of Type 1. We have also included one hands-on video below to take you through the actual Data Services job for demonstrating SCD Type 1 design.

ETL Design Pattern is a framework of generally reusable solution to the commonly occurring problems in the context of Extraction, Transformation and Loading (ETL) activities of data in a data warehousing environment. We have presented the design pattern of a few commonly occurring ETL scenarios below.


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