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SSIS Integration Services | Conditional split transforms exercise | Assign rollercoasters a scariness rating using a conditional split
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Create a new package called Scary coasters, and within this a data flow task. This should have an Excel source, which gets a list of rollercoasters from the workbook in the above folder:
So far, so good!
Now add a conditional split which divides coasters up as follows:
|The Type is Wood and the speed is more than 40 mph||Very scary|
|The coaster is old (opened before 1990) or the Design is not Sit Down||Quite scary|
|All other coasters failing these two conditions||Not scary|
Add three Derived Column transforms, each of which sets a new column called Scariness to a different value:
Also add a Union All transform to reunite the rollercoasters at the bottom, a Sort transform to sort them by the rollercoaster name and a flat file destination to send the results to a new flat file.
Run your package to check that you get 2 scary coasters, 15 quite scary ones and 33 not scary ones, and a text file like this:
Megafobia is the first coaster in alphabetical order with Scariness factor High.
When you're happy your package is working successfully (it's hard sometimes to write exercises without double entendres), close it down.