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Custom SSMS Shortcuts for ETL Developer. Part 2: Extended Properties


Custom SSMS Shortcuts for ETL Developer. Part 2: Extended Properties

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Olga Klimova
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Olga Klimova
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Hi Olga,

Nice article and I really like the way you have used those excel files. Something new to play with for next couple of days. :-D

Cheers!
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Thank you, I'm glad you find it useful!
I use Kimball's spreadsheet all the time as a data modeling tool and like to have at hand the extended properties that spreadsheet generates, as a reference where the data is coming from and what transformation rules are imposed.

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Neat article. I used it to automate a check for duplicates.

CREATE PROCEDURE DBO.SP_DUPLICATE_CHECK

@TABLE NVARCHAR(255),
@CLM NVARCHAR(255)

AS
BEGIN
DECLARE @CMD NVARCHAR(255)
SET @CMD =
'SELECT ' +
@CLM +
',COUNT(*) AS CNT' +
' FROM ' + @TABLE +
' GROUP BY ' + @CLM +
' HAVING COUNT(*) > 1'
EXEC SP_EXECUTESQL @CMD
END
GO

EXEC DBO.SP_DUPLICATE_CHECK 'TABLE_NAME','COLUMN1, COLUMN2, ETC.'
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Great addition to Shortcut library: SP_DUPLICATE_CHECK – elegant solution. I can see its benefits for data profiling.
Thank you for sharing!

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Have you given any thought towards putting together a post on driving the SCD Transform using the "SCD Type" column from the MSDWH Toolkit's spreadsheet. That would be really cool Smile
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