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Sam Vanga

Sam Vanga helps business people solve their data problems and enables them make data-driven-decisions. His specialties include data integration, data warehouse and database development, and BI design. Sam blogs at http://SamuelVanga.com.

Archives: June 2012

Generating Surrogate Keys With SSIS

A surrogate key is an auto generated value, usually integer, in the dimension table. It is made the primary key of the table and is used to join a dimension to a fact table. Among other benefits, surrogate keys allow you to maintain history in a dimension table. Despite of… Read more

5 comments, 3,325 reads

Posted in Sam Vanga on 24 June 2012

Status Column in SSISDB Catalog Database

I occasionally review the search terms people use to get to this blog and secretly celebrate knowing my post helped them. If i know it didn’t, i add it to the list of items i should write about. This post is a result of one such thing.

Note: If you… Read more

0 comments, 562 reads

Posted in Sam Vanga on 19 June 2012

T-SQL Tuesday 31: SSIS 2012 Logging

Topic for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday, hosted by Aaron Nelson (@SQLVariant) is Logging.

I like to think of logging as a Flight Data Recorder (FDR) to an aircraft. FDR records data about functioning of an aircraft. No one cares what is in there as long as the aircraft… Read more

3 comments, 2,396 reads

Posted in Sam Vanga on 12 June 2012