Simple examples of Rhino ETL the C Sharp ETL library
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HelloRhinoEtl FirstBaseline Nov 25, 2012
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ReadMe.txt

Rhino-Etl is framework for doing Extract Transform and Load of data aka ETL in C#. The purpose of this project HelloWorld Rhino-ETL is to show as simple as possible how to load two textfiles, join them and transform columns and finally put the rows somewhere. In this example it only puts them on the screen. I hope it will get people up to speed a little faster than it took me to realize that it was quit simple.

Latest version of this Hello World Example should be here: https://github.com/patriklindstrom/HelloWorld-Rhino-ETL
There are screenshots of what Nuget packages to load etc in the Images folder. 
The HelloRhinoEtl is the helloworld example. There might be more examples in future.

More information about Rhino-ETL here:

My blogpost that explains the program and how to get started:
http://www.lcube.se/hello-world-Rhino-etl

Original Authors of Rhino-ETL Blog 
http://ayende.com/blog/3102/rhino-etl-2-0
Rhino-Etl at Github
https://github.com/hibernating-rhinos/rhino-etl
Hibernating Rhino 
http://www.hibernatingrhinos.com/oss/rhino-etl
More in depth about Rhino ETL to understand how it uses IEnumerable and Yield
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/34556/Write-ETL-jobs-in-pure-C
About Test benefits of Rhino-ETL
http://vadimdev.blogspot.se/2011/11/writing-testable-etl-processes-with.html