SQL Server 2005 Data Modeling - Part 1
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Published: 18 Dec 2007
Abstract
SQL Server 2005 in addition to its traditional relational database features, also offers extensive data modeling features in a completely different perspective. This article introduces the new data modeling features, how to design dimensions and facts.
by Manjusree Akkineni
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Introduction

Besides its traditional relational database features, SQL server 2005 extends its services to build data warehouse applications. This article explains data modeling features provided by SQL Server 2005 by exploring basic concepts like facts, dimensions, Surrogate Keys, etc.


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