Jacob Pressures (2/19/2013)
I just used the unpivot tool. So now I have more columns than I need. I know how to map the columns. If I need to use the SQL command, i don't know how I'd use it. I know the above is an either/or situation.
Since my data has been unpivoted in an effort to normalize it, I need to make sure that the information i'm inputting into the destination is DISTINCT. What tool do i need to get DISTINCT data into my destination?
Quick note: if your source is an RDBMS, it would be faster (probably much faster) to do all of this using SQL rather than SSIS.
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