Master Data Services Workflow

Reza Rad shows us how to introduce workflow concepts into MDS 2016:

This feature introduced in SQL Server 2016 CTP 3.0. You can save your pending changes in a set called Change Set. This Set then can be modified or deleted or applied. You can also add the functionality of Requirement for Approval for the change set, which then requires an entity administrator to approve or reject the change set.  This is a great feature for MDS and would help on the work flow process of making changes in master data. Let’s now have a closer look at how this feature works in action.

I don’t use Master Data Services, but I could see this being very useful at a large company with a lot of people modifying master data.

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