Hands-On-Lab: Implementing Incremental Data Load and Inner Join in SSIS

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Hands-On-Lab: Implementing Incremental Data Load and Inner Join in SSIS

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Here is another popular lab from Hands-On-Lab library: Implementing Incremental Data Load and Inner Join in SSIS.

In this Lab, we’ll learn about two of the most used transformation in SSIS, Lookup and Merge Join Transformations. In the first exercise, we’ll learn to implement incremental data load using Lookup Transformation. Incremental data load is the process of inserting the new rows from source to destination or updating the destination with any changes made to existing rows. In the second exercise, we’ll learn to implement Inner Join and Outer Join using the Merge Join Transformation.

Exercise 1: Incremental data load using Lookup Transformation
Exercise 2: Implement Joins in SSIS Using Merge Join Transformation

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