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Kimball ETL (subsystem 1) – Data Profiling via TSQL

By Ira Whiteside,

This script will generate a report providing all normally expected statistics for data Profiling .(ie.. Min, Max, Unique Count, Pattern etc....)

I have an earlier post covering Kimball ETL (subsystem 1) – Data Profiling via SIS Data Flow, here is the script for TSQL

This script will generate a report providing all normally expected statistics for data profiling as follows:

 [SchemaName],

 [TableName],

 [ColumnName],

 [RecordCount],

 [DistinctDomainCount],

 [MinDomain],

 [MaxDomain],

 [MinColumnPattern],

 [MaxColumnPattern],

 [MinDomainLength],

 [MaxDomainLength],

 [NullDomainCount],

 [BlankDomainCount]

Simply replace the values in the following and run.

SET @tablename ='DimGeography'
SET @columnname ='PostalCode'
SET @schemaname ='dbo'

Also note the script will create a function in the dbo schema unless modified.

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