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ETL between two non-linked SQL servers

ETL between two non-linked SQL servers

ETL between two non-linked SQL servers

I have two servers, both running SQL Server 2016 and I need to copy ~12 tables from one server to another, transform (link to a table on destination server and change businessid) and then load into the same server name on new server. My question is: Can I do this in one statement(pull data from source, join to table on destination and then load into destination tables), or is it best broken down into Extract (copy to second server holding table) transform and load (join to conversion table, pull new ids and then load into the final destination table)?


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