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Date:         Fri, 6 Aug 2010 08:39:36 -0400
Reply-To:     Suzanne McCoy <Suzanne.McCoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM>
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From:         Suzanne McCoy <Suzanne.McCoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM>
Subject:      Re: PASSTHRU SQL Question
Comments: To: Dave Brewer <david.brewer@UC.EDU>
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-----Original Message----- From: Dave Brewer [mailto:david.brewer@UC.EDU] Sent: Friday, August 06, 2010 7:03 AM To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU; Suzanne McCoy Subject: Re: PASSTHRU SQL Question


What is DI Studio?


On Thu, 5 Aug 2010 10:59:50 -0400, Suzanne McCoy <suzanne.mccoy@CATALINAMARKETING.COM> wrote:

>If you did this in DI Studio it would probably code a data set with >update, insert and modify logic instead of a proc append. It pretty much >does this as the default for slowly changing dimensions but it can be >applied any time as long as you can use or build a unique key for record >identification. > >I personally tend to do multiple steps just so I can see exactly what is >happening. I'd bust the data into staging tables like keep_no_changes, >insert_because_new, terminate_old_insert_new by using merge logic with in= >operators to compare the new data to the existing data by relational keys.

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