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The data testing company 
Table to Table Comparison using ETL Validator
Objective 
• As a QA Engineer, I want to 
compare the data between two 
tables
•Login
• Verification: Once done (all 
green), user will automatically see 
the home screen.
• Click on “Connection” to view 
existing database connections
• This screen will display existing 
connections.
• Click on new Data Source and add 
connection details
• Now, you are ready to create tests. 
Click on the “Menu” icon on the top 
left.
• Select your Target and Source 
• Click on Next (arrow at the bottom)
• Click on “Query Builder”
Target Source
Select 
Target Table
Select 
Source Table 
Click on 
Save
Queries get populated
Execute 
(optional) 
Execute 
(optional)
Select Join Condition and Columns to be 
compared
Execute test by clicking on Run
Three Tabs show up if there is a problem
1. Data that is in Source but not in Target
2. Data that is in Target but not in Source
3. Data differences (if any)
Now, the test case can be packaged 
into a test plan and scheduled
More Resources 
• http://www.datagaps.com 
• http://youtube.com/datagaps 
• http://www.twitter.com/datagaps
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ETL Validator: Table to Table Comparison

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ETL Validator: Table to Table Comparison

  1. 1. <Insert Picture Here> datagaps The data testing company Table to Table Comparison using ETL Validator
  2. 2. Objective • As a QA Engineer, I want to compare the data between two tables
  3. 3. •Login
  4. 4. • Verification: Once done (all green), user will automatically see the home screen.
  5. 5. • Click on “Connection” to view existing database connections
  6. 6. • This screen will display existing connections.
  7. 7. • Click on new Data Source and add connection details
  8. 8. • Now, you are ready to create tests. Click on the “Menu” icon on the top left.
  9. 9. • Select your Target and Source • Click on Next (arrow at the bottom)
  10. 10. • Click on “Query Builder”
  11. 11. Target Source
  12. 12. Select Target Table
  13. 13. Select Source Table Click on Save
  14. 14. Queries get populated
  15. 15. Execute (optional) Execute (optional)
  16. 16. Select Join Condition and Columns to be compared
  17. 17. Execute test by clicking on Run
  18. 18. Three Tabs show up if there is a problem
  19. 19. 1. Data that is in Source but not in Target
  20. 20. 2. Data that is in Target but not in Source
  21. 21. 3. Data differences (if any)
  22. 22. Now, the test case can be packaged into a test plan and scheduled
  23. 23. More Resources • http://www.datagaps.com • http://youtube.com/datagaps • http://www.twitter.com/datagaps

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