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By Satish Jayanthi,
There are 3 sections in this script:
1) Create the Date Dimension table
2) Load Data for a specified date range. Supply start and end dates to the variables
@startDate and @EndDate.
3) Update the column "LastDayOfMonth", which I find very useful while doing data analysis.
I use a function called "fnGetLastDayOfMonth" to obtain the last day of a given month.
You need to run the script in the listed order.
Note that the last three columns prefixed with the word "Holiday" are not populated with this script. These fields can be populated at the beginning of each year as you go or you can bulk update with a pre-populated "Holiday" table. I hope you find this script handy.
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