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Great question!

I've never used DQS, but the correct answer just seemed the most logical.


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Wow. It was just shot correctly in the dark. I am not aware of DQS. But curiousity made me look out for it, got some idea and hit the correct answer. Would love to learn a little more about it. Thanks for introducing totally new thing to me. :-)
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I use DQS quite a lot and those steps don't bear much relation to what you do.
1) Create/Map Knowledge Base
2) Create DQ Project
3) Run project to cleanse data
is more like it.
There is a "Configuration" option but it's not always necessary.

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Nice question about a pretty unknown product. Thanks.



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I've never used it, but it looks like it might be something we could use. Thanks for the introduction to a product I know nothing about.


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QOTD is really a good platform to learn many new things we never even knew existed in SQL Server. One good one (DQS) I learned today again. Thanks a lot for this service.
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Thanks for the question. I definitely learned something today.



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For more info on using DQS, MDS (Master Data Services), and SSIS together check out the White Paper/Tutorial:

Enterprise Information Management (EIM) using SSIS, MDS, and DQS together:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35462

Data Quality Services Performance Best Practices:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29075

Cleanse and Match Data by using EIM:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj836269.aspx

These products all compliment each other.
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sqlnaive (8/20/2013)
Wow. It was just shot correctly in the dark. I am not aware of DQS. But curiousity made me look out for it, got some idea and hit the correct answer. Would love to learn a little more about it. Thanks for introducing totally new thing to me. :-)


+1 Never have used this, and the excuse to go learn about it was well work it. Thanks for the question.

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