Write ETL that writes ETL – Creating Crosstabs with Kettle

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In this post I’d like to demonstrate a technique for creating dynamic Kettle transformations. What do I mean by dynamic in this case? Imagine a transformation dynamically creating or changing another transformation before it is executed. Why would anyone want to do this? In this post I’ll take up the example of crating crosstabs in Kettle, . . . → Read More: Write ETL that writes ETL – Creating Crosstabs with Kettle

Dynamic SQL Queries in PDI a.k.a. Kettle

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When doing ETL work every now and then the exact SQL query you want to execute depends on some input parameters determined at runtime. This requirement comes up most frequently when SELECTing data. This article shows the techniques you can employ with the “Table Input” step in PDI to make it execute dynamic or parametrized queries. . . . → Read More: Dynamic SQL Queries in PDI a.k.a. Kettle