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Introductie van Micorosoft SQL Server 2016

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190 C H A P T E R 9 | Introducing Azure SQL Data Warehouse -- Create an external data source CREATE EXTERNAL DATA SOURCE AzureDWDataStorage WITH ( TYPE = HADOOP, LOCATION = 'wasbs://datacontainer@.blob.core.windows.net', CREDENTIAL = AzureDWDataStorageCredential ); -- Create an external file format CREATE EXTERNAL FILE FORMAT TextFile WITH ( FORMAT_TYPE = DelimitedText, FORMAT_OPTIONS (FIELD_TERMINATOR = ',') ); -- Create an external table CREATE EXTERNAL TABLE dbo.DimSalesTerritoryExternal ( SalesTerritoryAlternateKey INT NOT NULL, SalesTerritoryRegion NVARCHAR(50) NOT NULL, SalesTerritoryGroup NVARCHAR(50) NOT NULL, SalesTerritoryCountry NVARCHAR(50) NOT NULL ) WITH ( LOCATION='/dimsalesterritory/', DATA_SOURCE=AzureDWDataStorage, FILE_FORMAT=TextFile ); After creating the external resources, you can view them in SSDT in the SQL Server Object Explorer, as shown in Figure 9-7, and you can execute a query against the external table to read the data directly from the text file in blob storage. Figure 9-7: Viewing external resources in SSDT. Although you can use PolyBase to query external tables, query performance is much better if you load the external table data into a SQL Data Warehouse internal table structure by using one of the methods shown in Example 9-8. If you are loading data into a new table, use the CREATE TABLE AS SELECT statement to create a table in SQL Data Warehouse from your external table. Otherwise, use

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