Verifying Data Migration Correctness: The Checksum Principle [report]

Bin Wei, Tennyson Chen
2014 unpublished
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more » ... Press publications are peer-reviewed by at least two independent substantive experts and one or more Press editors. Abstract Data migration, generally referred to as the process of reading data from their source and inserting them into a target database, is an important element of data extract, transform, and load (ETL) systems. During data migration, errors can occur during data transmission. These errors can directly affect the quality of the data in the target
doi:10.3768/rtipress.2014.op.0019.1403 fatcat:me534z4zf5havdtlpndhz6zmmq