The Data Quality Chronicle

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Informatica Data Quality


Nothing speaks like experience

As you may have noticed, I use Informatica’s Data Quality product stack a lot. As a result, there are a lot of topics I’d like to cover, so it just made sense to dedicate some space on the blog.

Here’s a list of Informatica related posts that I have written before dedicating this space:

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Techie Tidbits

Here’s where I’d like to add those little tidbits of information that typically come up on data quality projects. In an effort to produce more content, I’ve decided to write these tidbits in a more informal manner. If there is an interest in more details, please comment and I can follow up with a deeper dive.

It’s a date!

I’ve started using the date related functions in the data quality developer tool. I’ve found some fun ways to implement them and wanted to share.

4 responses to “Informatica Data Quality

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  2. Gordon Hamilton February 7, 2011 at 3:25 pm

    Good post William,
    I, for one, am very interested in seeing the Techie Tidbits for how Informatica provides data quality functionality. Please keep them coming. It will make a good repository of knowledge for when people Google topics like “informatica Data Quality confirm date”. Hopefully you have other “bits in hand”.
    Cheers, Gordon

  3. William Sharp February 8, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    Thanks, Gordon. More tidbits will be added as I get time to write them up. Subscribe and have them delivered to you! 🙂 Thanks again for stopping by and commenting. Regarding “confirm date”, are you referring to confirm that a string is indeed a date?

    • Gordon Hamilton February 8, 2011 at 4:00 pm

      Hi William, Sorry for my obfuscating verbiage, the “confirm date” reference was meant as an example query that might be made of Google. I thought your post described the function Is_Date very well, and that your blog post itself will become the subject of searches in the future. Good luck on building that subject repository!

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