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Track source dates when loading a data warehouse


Track source dates when loading a data warehouse

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Thanks for sharing this article. I had to implement such solution a while ago in my company.

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Thanks everyone for the positive article rating. I realize there's nothing controversial or interesting in this piece to generate much conversation for the old hands but if anyone new has a question, I'm happy to respond.
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Why does this sound so familiar? Could it be that we both worked there at one time?

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Unlikely since it was just a few months ago; but like I said, a surprising number of companies still have to go through this exercise for the first time.
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Unlikely since it was just a few months ago; but like I said, a surprising number of companies still have to go through this exercise for the first time.


Just sounds so familiar with a previous employer, especially the comment about COBOL.

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