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2. ETL Project by Albert Toplanaj, Fabian Scheuerer, Marcus Kaestner and Mercedes Werling

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    DMDW 2. Student Presentation - Access to Access2MySQL to MySQL DMDW 2. Student Presentation - Access to Access2MySQL to MySQL Presentation Transcript

    • DataminingETL: Excel data via MS Access to MySQL
      Instructor: Dipl.-Inf. (FH) Johannes Hoppe
      Albert Toplanaj
      Fabian Scheuerer
      Marcus Kaestner
      Mercedes Werling
    • Team & Introduction
      ETL
      Tools
      Procedure:
      Excel data  MS Access
      Normalization
      Access  MySQL
      Presentation of MySQL database
      Table of Contents
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    • Albert Toplanaj
      Fabian Scheuerer
      Marcus Kaestner
      Mercedes Werling
      TEAM & Introduction
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    • Team & Introduction
      Conversion and normalization of excel data in the following order:
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    • Abbreviation for: Extract, Transformation, Load
      Extract data from different sources
      Transform data into one format, excluding errors and duplicates in order to store the data in the data warehouse
      Load data into the target database
      ETL
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    • Required Tools:
      Excel (any version)
      MS Access (2007)
      Access to MySQL (www.bullzip.com/products/a2m/info.php)
      phpMyAdmin (for presentation)
      Note:
      MS Access 2010 is NOT compatible with “Access to MySQL” due to the new file type “accdb”
      Works only with the commercial Access to MySQL converter from Bullzip
      Tools
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      Live demo
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      STEP 1Excel data to MS Access
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      1. Source data in Excel
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      2. Remove Filter from source file
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      2.
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      3. Source data without filter
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      4. Launch Access andselect an emptydatabase
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      5. Empty Table created
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      6.Access externaldata in order toimportexceldata
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      7. Excel Import step1
      2.
      1.
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      8. Excel Import step 2: Select sourcefile
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      9. Excel Import Step 3: Select worksheet
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      10. Excel Import Step 4: selectlineascolumn title
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      11. Excel Import Step 5: editcolumns
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      12. Excel Import Step 5a: Set date, Datum,asindex
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      13. Excel Import Step 5b: Set time, Anfang, asindex
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      14. Excel Import Step 5c: setroom, Raum, asindex
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      15. Excel Import step 5d: set Event, Veranstaltung, asindex
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      16. Excel Import Step 5e: Set Dozent asindex
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      17. Excel Import Step 6: setprimarykey
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      18. Excel Import Step 7: Name Table
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      19. Excel Import Step 8: Save Import Steps
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      20. Imported Data fromExcel toAccess
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      21. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 1
      1..
      2..
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      22. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 2
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      23. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 3
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      24. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 4
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      25. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 4
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      26. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 5
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      27. Sort Data accordingto Datum-Anfang-Raum 6
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      28. Sorted Data
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      29. Deletionofemptyentries 1
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      30. Deletionofemptyentries 2
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      31. Empty entrieshavebeenremoved
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      32. Standardizing 1
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      33. Standardizing 2
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      34. Standardizing 3
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      35. Standardizing 4
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      36. Standardizing 5
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      37. Standardizing 6
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      38. Findingduplicates 1
      1..
      2..
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      39. Findingduplicates 2
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      40. Findingduplicates 3
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      41. Findingduplicates 4
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      42. Findingduplicates 5
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      43. Findingduplicates 6
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      44. Findingduplicates 7
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      45. Searchresultforduplicates
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      STEP 2MS Access to mysql
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      1. Start the program
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      2. select the Database and click on next
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      3. Create a dump file and click on next
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      4. Select only the required tables and click on next
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      5. Just click on run now
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      6. Now the Conversion is in progress
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      7. Finish – click on exit
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      STEP 3Presentation of MySQL data
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      1. Using phpmyadmin
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      2. There is already an existing Database
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      3. the selected lines in the sql file can be deleted with a text editor
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      4. Now click on import
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      5. Select the SQL file and click on go
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      6. Import has been successfully finished
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      7. The data now is on our server - finish
    • Thanks
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