I’ve been invited to present at the August meeting of the Queensland SQL Server User Group.
I will present on the Analytics8 approach to SSIS and Data Vault Automation and specifically on the meta data requirements for full automation of the creation of an Enterprise Data Warehouse.
With the right combination of modern modelling and automation techniques, there are huge and frequently unrealised opportunities to improve the quality and speed of the enterprise data warehouse solution delivery.
This 30 minute presentation outlines the prerequisites to achieve these ETL automation benefits, and will dive into the capture and use of information that exists in models for automated development in SSIS. During this presentation the necessary steps to develop a full Enterprise Data Warehouse solution ‘from the ground up’ will be explained and shown using a live demonstration of the ETL automation techniques and concepts.
Thanks to Wardy IT for sponsoring the event and Microsoft for hosting us.
Venue: Microsoft Brisbane – Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane
Duration: Catering from 5:30PM for a 6:00PM Start (meetings typically finish at 7:30PM)
On: Thursday, 28th August 2014
RSVP: to email@example.com to help with catering
To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/august-2014-qld-sql-server-user-group-tickets-12542062647
How to solve the error: Load operation failed for query ‘GetAuthenticationInfo’ when deploying a LightSwitch 2012 application to a Windows Server 2008 R2 using IIS.
Scenario: The following error message appears in browser instead of the expected LightSwitch-based web application. The application has been developed using Microsoft LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2012. The application works as expected on the development machine but fails to run in a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 environment even though the LightSwitch server side prerequisites has been installed.
Load operation failed for query ‘GetAuthenticationInfo’. [HttpWebRequest_WebException_RemoteServer]
Debugging resource strings are unavailable. Often the key and arguments provide sufficient information to diagnose the problem. See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=106663&Version=5.1.30214.0&File=System.Windows.dll&Key=HttpWebRequest_WebException_RemoteServer
After some troubleshooting it turns out that it is because the wrong version of WCF Data Services for OData had been installed. The proper version for a Visual Studio 2012 based LightSwitch application is WCF Data Services 5.0 for OData V3 and it is available for download here:
After installation and a web site restart the application worked as expected.
Today the blog turns 5 years old.
Happy birthday old chap, good sport.
Preparing for work in Australia.
After washing my dress shirts it’s time to hang them to dry on Rip Curl Wetsuit hangers.
Never did that in Sweden.
This looks promising.
My better half has posted some additional thoughts on our upcoming move to Australia here: http://www.jannilla.se/2013/07/the-price-we-pay-sliding-doors-dilemma/
Release 3 of the Create Time Dimension App is now live. This version brings Czech language support and ISO-8601 week numbers.
The update is made on the server so it is available for everyone right away, no update needed on the Excel/Client side.
Big thanks to Petr Havlik (Twitter: https://twitter.com/petrhavlik) for helping with the Czech translation.
Please note that the ISO-8601 week numbers are just one way of expressing week numbers and might not be what you want. The week numbers start on Mondays per definition and does not change when changing the week start day. If you would like to use another week numbering format you can still add a column using the =WEEKNUM(date, week number system) formula in Excel.