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SAS ETL Studio CaseStudy – Adding A Source Table Definition In SAS BI

Using the Source Designer

The Source Designer is a wizard that generates metadata for one or more selected tables, based on the physical structure of the table(s).

The Source Designer can be used to specify metadata for any existing table, not just tables used as data sources for ETL jobs.

The Source Designer supports a number of specific data formats that have been licensed for a site. The specific format will often give better results than the generic format, which has not been optimized for particular kinds of data. Use the format that most closely matches your data whenever possible.

The Source Designer is an easy to use wizard interface.

Source Designer

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SAS ETL Studio CaseStudy – Define Sources

SAS ETL Studio CaseStudy

Add a Source Table Definition

The next step in the implementation of the orion star marketing data mart is to define the source table to be used in the ETL process.

Select Source Designer from the Shortcut bar of the Sas ETL Studio
Select SAS as the metadata import source

Select next button
3. Select Source Tables Library as the SAS Library.

sas library

Select  Next buttonto access the Define Tables window.
4. Select the source table ORDERS from the Select Tables list.

define tables

Select next button to access the Select Group window.
5. Select the Source Tables group

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select group window

Select next button 1 to access the Wizard Finish window.
6. Verify that the information is correct, then select Screenshot_1223?

Finish window

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Vinod M is a Big data expert writer at Mindmajix and contributes in-depth articles on various Big Data Technologies. He also has experience in writing for Docker, Hadoop, Microservices, Commvault, and few BI tools. You can be in touch with him via LinkedIn and Twitter.

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