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Build DATELOOKUP table

By YSLGuru,

This script creates a table named DATELOOKUP which is used for looking up date related values. Each record represents date related info about the date in the column dtDate. For example the iMonth column stores the integer value of the month of dtDate and sShortMonth stores the abbreviated name of that same month. Use this table in a join to get any kind of date related info about a specific date that would normally require the use of an SQL function.

The script includes syntax for populating the table. The script also adds extended properties to each column that includes details on what that columns valule is.

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