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Pentaho Data Integration Cookbook Second Edition by María Carina Roldán, Adrián Sergio Pulvirenti, Alex Meadows

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Generating all possible pairs formed from two datasets

This is a quick recipe that teaches you how to do a Cartesian product between datasets. A Cartesian product is created by taking all rows from one dataset, all rows from another dataset, and generating a new dataset with all the possible combinations of rows.

This particular recipe is, in fact, the implementation of the Community Acronym Generator (CAG) as proposed by Nicholas Goodman (@nagoodman) on Twitter:

@webdetails @pmalves @josvandongen How about CAG? Community Acronym Generator? A project to generate new acronyms for community projects?!

There are already several community projects around Pentaho such as CDF (Community Dashboard Framework), CDE (Community Dashboard Editor), or CDA (Community ...

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