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Exercise: Import contestants, linking to separate category table
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The aim of this exercise is to import the X Factor contestants (again!), storing for each their category number. Here's what the final tblFinalist table should look like:
The final table of finalists (shown here in reverse alphabetical order).
Begin by deleting any existing tables called tblCategory or tblFinalist from your X_Factor database, then run the SQL script in the above folder.
What you should now see in the tblCategory table. All contestants with unknown categories will be assigned the value 5.
Create a variable called UnknownCategoryId to hold the number 5 above (it's better practice to store this in a variable, so we can change it easily).
Optionally create a task to truncate the table of finalists (so that you can rerun the package several times), then create a data flow task looking something like this:
As this shows, there are 32 contestants with no corresponding category name.
When you're happy this is all working OK, give yourself a pat on the back!