In the last posts we played with Change Tracking (CT): T-SQL: Change Tracking – What is this and how it works T-SQL: Change Tracking Retention Period – How Long the Changes are Kept? Let’s execute few queries and see what do we have after the retention period expires.
As we mentioned in Change Tracking – What is this and how it works, the retention period is the one that determines how long the changes are kept.
Change tracking was introduced in SQL Server 2008. This is a tool that keeps the fact that there are changes in tracked tables for a specified period of time. It doesn’t show what the changes are, it tells that a data has been changed. It answers if a change has been […]
Data Warehouse is “a system used for reporting and data analysis”. In general it is built by dim (dimension) and fact tables (structure and data tables). Here I create a stored procedure to build Date Dimension. Now it builds only calendar data and will be expanded to include “fiscal” data […]