Kevin Wilkie puts on the flannel and grabs his database lumberjack axe to split some strings:
But, sometimes, you want a small list of data inherent to a query in SnowFlake. And that’s what I want to talk about today.
In SQL Server, you would create a temp table and then insert the data into it. But in Snowflake, there may be a better / easier way.
Let’s use the function SPLIT_TO_TABLE. Shockingly, it does what’s on the label – it split data and puts it into a table.
Click through for an example. Also check out the Snowflake documentation, where they make use of the
lateral operator (the ANSI version of
APPLY()) to generate results for multiple strings and make use of the