data loading

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data loading

Copying data from one electronic file or database into another. Data loading implies converting from one format into another; for example, from one type of production database into a decision support database from a different vendor. See data entry.
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0, the latest release of its comprehensive Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) solution for securely integrating Unisys MCP DMSII and non-DMSII data to a secondary system.
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4 of Talend Integration Suite, detects changed records in real time to allow the changed data to be immediately sent to other applications and cut the time needed to load and update data during the Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) process.