Re: Creating complex track changes database - challenge!

From: Thiemo Kellner <thiemo(at)gelassene-pferde(dot)biz>
To: pgsql-general(at)lists(dot)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Creating complex track changes database - challenge!
Date: 2018-02-27 22:58:23
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On 02/27/18 08:43, Thiemo Kellner wrote:
> I attached what I have got so far. I will setup a shared repository
> these days.
> Zitat von Thiemo Kellner <thiemo(at)gelassene-pferde(dot)biz>:
>> Hi Lukasz
>> I am working on a generic (reading the information schema and other
>> database metadata), trigger based solution for SCD tables, i. e.
>> tables that keep (or not according to SCD type) history of the data.
>> However, it is not far grown and I am not having much time to advance
>> it so it evolves very slowly. If you are interested, I would open a
>> sourceforge project or the like and we can work on it together.
>> I am very much surprised that no database I know of supports
>> SCD/historising tables out of the box. In 16 years as ETL pro I have
>> seen reinvented the wheel all the time... maybe PostgreSQL wants to
>> get a head start on this.
>> Kind regards
>> Thiemo

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