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SAS 9.1 Etl Studio: User's Guide

by: SAS Institute

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Publisher: ,2004/03/30


ISBN: 1590474619
ISBN13: 9781590474617

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The ETL process consists of all the steps necessary to extract data from different locations, transform raw operational data into consistent, high-quality business data, and load the data into a data warehouse. SAS provides all of this with the addition of an easy-to-use, metadata-driven warehouse management environment. This manual explains how to use SAS ETL Studio to specify metadata for sources, such as tables in an operational system; specify metadata for targets--the tables and other data stores in a data warehouse; and create jobs that specify how data is extracted, transformed, and loaded from sources to targets. This manual also summarizes how to set up servers, libraries, and other resources that SAS ETL Studio requires. A data warehouse for a fictional company, Orion Star Sports & Outdoors, is used to illustrate these tasks. The audience for this manual is users who are responsible for implementing data warehouses and who have a working knowledge of Base SAS software.

  Supports releases 9.1 and higher of SAS software.