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Exercise: Divide the Disney princesses into feminist role models/others
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Open the SQL script in the above folder in Management Studio and execute it. You should be looking at an empty table:
We'll aim to fill the table with the feisty princesses only.
Create a new package which gets its data from the Excel workbook in the above folder, then use a conditional split to divide the data into 3 streams:
|Feminist rating column equals Feisty||The SQL Server table called Princesses|
|Feminist rating column is not Drippy||A new flat file called Not drippy.txt|
|Everyone else||Ignored (as indeed they should be)|
Here's what the final package should look like:
The final package should look something like this.
Here's what the Princesses table should hold:
Perhaps Pocahontas should have been here too?
Test your package generates a text file of non-drippy, non-feisty princesses, then close it down.