Skip to main content


         This documentation site is for previous versions. Visit our new documentation site for current releases.      
 

This content has been archived and is no longer being updated.

Links may not function; however, this content may be relevant to outdated versions of the product.

Moving the FACT table records in Microsoft SQL Server databases

Updated on April 5, 2022

Before you perform this task, make sure you have full access to the source and the destination databases (you need the database admin privileges).

  1. Connect to the source database.
  2. Move data.
    • If a table does not exist, execute the following script:

      SELECT * INTO <TARGET_DATABASE>.<TARGET_SCHEMA>.PR_DATA_IH_FACT FROM <SOURCE_DATABASE>.<SOURCE_SCHEMA>.PR_DATA_IH_FACT
    • If a table exists with the exact same columns:

      1. Make sure there are no primary key (PK) constraints on the PXFACTID column in the destination database and do not move any constraints.
      2. Execute the following script:

        INSERT INTO <TARGET_DATABASE>.<TARGET_SCHEMA>.PR_DATA_IH_FACT (column1 [, column2 ...]) SELECT column1 [, column2 ...] FROM <SOURCE_DATABASE>.<SOURCE_SCHEMA>.PR_DATA_IH_FACT
  • Previous topic Applying interaction history scripts in Microsoft SQL Server
  • Next topic Merging the dimension records in Microsoft SQL Server databases

Have a question? Get answers now.

Visit the Support Center to ask questions, engage in discussions, share ideas, and help others.

Did you find this content helpful?

Want to help us improve this content?

We'd prefer it if you saw us at our best.

Pega.com is not optimized for Internet Explorer. For the optimal experience, please use:

Close Deprecation Notice
Contact us