Whаt Iѕ A Cоdе Sniрреt? Thе code ѕniрреt iѕ a tеrm uѕеd in рrоgrаmming tо rеfеr tо ѕmаll раrtѕ оf reusable source соdеѕ. Suсh kinds оf соdеѕ аrе аvаilаblе both in binary оr tеxt context. Cоdе ѕniрреtѕ are commonly dеfinеd аѕ unitѕ or funсtiоnаl mеthоdѕ thаt can bе rеаdilу intеgrаtеd intо larger modules рrоviding … Continue reading Whаt Iѕ A Cоdе Sniрреt?
DDL (Data Definition Language) Adding a forging key to tables in Netezza / PureData is a best practice; especially, when working with dimensionally modeled data warehouse structures and with modern governance, integration (including virtualization), presentation semantics (including reporting, business intelligence and analytics). Foreign Key (FK) Guidelines A primary key must be defined on the table … Continue reading Netezza / PureData – How to add a Foreign Key
Acronyms, Abbreviations, Terms, And Definitions Definition of a Foreign Key A foreign Key (FK) is a constraint that references the unique primary key (PK) of another table. Facts About Foreign Keys Foreign Keys act as a cross-reference between tables linking the foreign key (Child record) to the Primary key (parent record) of another table, which … Continue reading Database – What is a foreign key?
I had reason today to get the number of the day of the week, in PureData / Netezza, which I don’t seem to have discussed in previous posts. So, here is a simple script to get the number for the day of week with a couple of flavors, which may prove useful. Basic Format select … Continue reading Netezza / PureData – How to Number for day of week in SQL?
Database Table What is a Composite Primary Key? A Composite Primary key is Primary key What a primary key, which is defined by having multiple fields (columns) in it. Like a Primary Key what a composite Primary Key is depends on the database. Essentially a Composite Primary Key: Is a combination of Fields (columns) which … Continue reading Database – What is a Composite Primary Key?
Database Table I've had these notes laying around for a while, so, I thought I consolidate them here. So, here are few guidelines to ensure the quality of your dimension table structures. Dimension Table Effective Practices The table naming convention should identify it as a dimension table. For example: Suffix Pattern: <<TableName>>_Dim <<TableName>>_D Prefix … Continue reading Data Modeling – Dimension Table Effective Practices
The APT_TSortOperator warning happens when there is a conflict in the portioning behavior between stages. Usually, because the successor (down Stream) stage has the ‘Partitioning / Collecting’ and ‘Sorting’ property set in a way that conflicts with predecessor (upstream) stage’s properties, which it is set to preserver. This can occur when the successor stage has … Continue reading Datastage – When checking operator: Operator of type “APT_TSortOperator”: will partition despite the preserve-partitioning flag on the data set on input port 0