In a typical Data Warehouse it is common to introduce additional descriptive information that is not provided by the operational systems feeding data into the Data Warehouse. However, the exact positioning and implementation of this reference data can cause confusion. Especially when applying this concept in the Integration Layer. Reference data is additional contextual or descriptive information that is not provided by the source system. Examples are descriptions for industry standard codes. This information can...
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