Rebecca Camper Oct 12, 2015 9:44 AM
1. The Vague But Desperate Poster
This poster usually includes a desperate plea for help in the title but then no information whatsoever in the body of the post. We can tell you need help, but with what? Help us help you!
2. The Really Important Guy
This poster needs help right now. Drop what you are working on and help him – his deadline is your deadline!
3. The TMI Poster
This poster includes his entire QVW script in his question. All thirty-four pages of it. The error is in there somewhere!
4. The Boss
This poster lists a set of requirements for the application he needs you to build. Oh, and he needs that by tomorrow afternoon. So if you could come in on Saturday…
If you understand the logic of SCDs then you can easily implement SCDs in QV on your own...
In general the requirement would be more of implementing Type 2 SCDs... ie preserving history...
So.. How to preserve the history... as per Kimbal's DW Model there are essentially three types..
Its your choice, how you would like to implement these options in QV...