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      Slowly Changing Dimensions in TimeXtender

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      TimeXtender Tuesday - Episode 22

      In this episode, Wahyudi and Taylor discuss a very important feature in TimeXtender: History, and more specifically Slowly Changing Dimensions (SCD). The history feature is like "track changes" for tables. It allows you to record how data in a table changes over time so you can create reports that show how data looked - at a particular moment in time. Unlike most other data warehouses, TimeXtender handles the creation and automation for SCD type 0 (ignored), type 1 (overwritten), and 2 (add new record), with just a few clicks.

      If you'd like to review previous TimeXtender Tuesdays sessions, check out our TimeXtender Tuesday playlist on YouTube.


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