Tag Archives: ETL

Bulk Inserting Build Data–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. One of the common tasks that many DBAs need to do is insert data into a database. Often this … Continue reading

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Loading All CSV Files with PowerShell

I ran across Denis Gobo’s post about working with names from Social Security cards and wanted to play with the dataset. However, rather than use xp_cmdshell, which I might have, I decided to use PowerShell. I need to repeat this … Continue reading

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DevOps – Downloading a File from the Internet with PoSh

One of the things we need to do as data professionals is move data files around. Often we’ll get a local path, but in looking for public data sets, I wanted to get a file from the Internet. In this … Continue reading

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Loading a Text File with a Line Feed

Loading text files is a skill that probably every DBA needs. I know that the import wizard is available, but there are times that you might want to automate this without using SSIS. In those cases, it’s nice to know … Continue reading

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