Changes and Enhancements

Decision Support implements enhancements and corrections to the Data Warehouse tables, processing logic, EDDIE universes and Tableau dashboards on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Change Notes are issued on Mondays, if changes occurred the previous week.

If you would like to be notified when new Change Notes are available, please subscribe to the EDW Changes communication list. (If you are receiving notices and no longer want to, you may also unsubscribe. See all the available lists from the Decision Support team.)

Change Schedule

Changes in production can be implemented on Tuesdays or Thursdays. AITS may revise this schedule as needed to accommodate holidays and other variables.

Current Year Monthly Change Notes

Change Notes are issued on the Monday following the previous week’s deployments. Each month a new change note will be created to log those updates that occurred during that month. The change notes can be found below:

Current Year - 2021

  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November
  • December

Implemented Changes

Change Notes

Change Notes are provided to users on the Monday after the implementation. This information is provided to allow users to know what changes were made and apply any needed modifications to their custom-developed reports, systems, or analysis. Change Notes do not expire and provide a change history for the Data Warehouse. Change Notes are listed in reverse chronological order (most recent at the top).

Prior Year Release - 2020

Prior 10 Year Releases

2019 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2018 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2017 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2016 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements 

2015 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2014 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2013 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2012 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2011 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements

2010 Data Warehouse Changes and Enhancements