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Using MERGE for Audting

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terry999 (10/2/2012)
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Hmm, yeah. Was wondering that myself!
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terry999 (10/2/2012)
illegal?


Hmm, yeah. Was wondering that myself!


I think that Joe was probably refering to some form of regulatory requirement, eg Sarbanes Oxley/solvency II or other federal requirement to maintain data change history.

Who knows.....

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terry999 (10/2/2012)
illegal?


Hmm, yeah. Was wondering that myself!


I think that Joe was probably refering to some form of regulatory requirement, eg Sarbanes Oxley/solvency II or other federal requirement to maintain data change history.

Who knows.....


Ah yes. Luckily we're not all subject to American law... :-D
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Gazareth (10/9/2012)
Jason-299789 (10/9/2012)
Gazareth (10/9/2012)
terry999 (10/2/2012)
illegal?


Hmm, yeah. Was wondering that myself!


I think that Joe was probably refering to some form of regulatory requirement, eg Sarbanes Oxley/solvency II or other federal requirement to maintain data change history.

Who knows.....


Ah yes. Luckily we're not all subject to American law... :-D


If you work in the finance industry in Europe we do have Solvency II regulations that have to be in place for 2013/14 (I believe) and one of those requirements is full audit trails of data changes, including data traceability through ETL into Data Warehouse's, especially if they are used as a source for regulatory reporting to bodies like the FSA, Lloyds etc.

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Jason-299789 (10/9/2012)
Gazareth (10/9/2012)
Jason-299789 (10/9/2012)
Gazareth (10/9/2012)
terry999 (10/2/2012)
illegal?


Hmm, yeah. Was wondering that myself!


I think that Joe was probably refering to some form of regulatory requirement, eg Sarbanes Oxley/solvency II or other federal requirement to maintain data change history.

Who knows.....


Ah yes. Luckily we're not all subject to American law... :-D


If you work in the finance industry in Europe we do have Solvency II regulations that have to be in place for 2013/14 (I believe) and one of those requirements is full audit trails of data changes, including data traceability through ETL into Data Warehouse's, especially if they are used as a source for regulatory reporting to bodies like the FSA, Lloyds etc.


Fair enough :-)
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