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Converting D3 to SQL 2005 help...

Converting D3 to SQL 2005 help...

Converting D3 to SQL 2005 help...

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Does anyone have any experience converting from D3 to SQL 2005? I am attempting to translate D3 terminology in its SQL equivalent. I have very limited experience with D3. Any help would be appreciated.

RE: Converting D3 to SQL 2005 help...

Looking at D3's data model (I've never heard of this before today) it looks like it will be pretty tough to convert to a SQL database (depending what your specific implementation looks like).

If you've got any experience with analysis services in SQL 2005, it may help to think of your D3 database as an SSAS project and attempt to reverse engineer the supporting data warehouse (and its' supporting database) from that?

This is all just speculation though, I would seek out a D3 expert.  This may be a good starting point (though it doesn't look all that heavily frequented)  forum291: Pick Systems: Pick

Hope this helps,

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