Hi,

I'm experimenting with temporal tables and I want to know if I can load existing historical data into the table. From the documentation on the IBM site, I can't find any instructions on how to do that. Here are the fields in my existing file.

Account_number (key), cusip (key), as_of_date (key), nbr_of_shares

We receive this data from a third party every business day and we dump it into a file. As a result, we can have multiple records for a given account_number, cusip where the nbr_of_shares is the same on multiple days. If I switch this file to utilize a temporal table, the new file would have the following fields:

Account_number (key), cusip (key), nbr_of_shares, row_begin (timestamp), row_end(timestamp), trx_id (timestamp), data_operation (char 1)

So, how can I load my existing historical data into this table? I would somehow need to specify the row_begin myself rather than letting the system do it. Has anyone else done this?

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