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Data modelling - DSO

I am looking at a model which consists of 10 DSO which are loaded from seperate flat files. Three of the DSO share the same keys is there any reason why one DSO cannot be used to load all DSO. Thanks

Sorry what I meant to say is can the 3 DSO which share the same keys be merged to a common DSO in which the 3 flat files are loaded rather than have seperate DSO for each of the flat files

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2007 at 01:48 PM

    nitin,

    you have your own reasons to have 3 different ods. to answer your Qs... YES you can merge all your 3 ods into a single ods as long as your single ods contain all the char/key figures equired for your reporting.

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    sameer

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    • Former Member Ashok Saha

      Thanks guys.

      I am aware of the suggestions made, there is no documentation and none of the development team are available.

      What my concern is if some of the key figures exist in all 3 DSO at the moment and the update is overwrite I could lose the value as part of the load process if I have a common DSO

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