Translating Your Fact Groups into Tables - The Basics
Last month, we looked at the basics of translating a business dimension into a logical dimension table. This month, we will look at the basics of translating your fact groups into tables. We know that every fact included in a fact group has identical dimensionality and grain for each of those dimensions. We now need to design the logical fact table structure.
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