Brian Nordberg

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Finding Similar Data Using SQL Server Integration Services

SQL Server 2005 has greatly increased the capabilities of the platform and brought the capabilities for complex ETL packages to many businesses at an affordable cost. One of the very interesting transformations you can use in SSIS is the fuzzy grouping task and new author Brian Nordberg brings us a look at how you can use this.

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