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From the Profiling perspective, you can query and browse a selected database using the SQL Editor and then to store these SQL queries under the Source Files folder in the DQ Repository tree view.
You can then open the SQL Editor on any of these stored queries to rename, edit, or execute the query.
Before you begin
In the DQ Repository tree view, expand
- Right-click Source Files and select New SQL File from the contextual menu. The New SQL File dialog box is displayed.
In the Name field, enter a name for the SQL query you
want to create and then click Finish to proceed to the
The SQL Editor opens on the new SQL query.If the Connections view is not open, use the combination to open it.
- Enter your SQL statement in the SQL Editor.
From the Choose Connection list, select the database you
want to run the query on.
On the SQL Editor toolbar, click to execute the query on the defined base
Data rows are retrieved from the defined base table(s) and displayed in the editor.A file for the new SQL query is listed under Source Files in the DQ Repository tree view.
Right-click an SQL file and from the contextual menu select:
Option To... Open open the selected Query file Duplicate create a copy of the selected Query file Rename SQL File open a dialog box where you can edit the name of the query file Open in Data Explorer open in the data explorer the SQL editor on the selected query file Delete delete the query file.
The deleted item will go to the Recycle Bin in the DQ Repository tree view. You can restore or delete such item via a right-click the item. You can also empty the recycle bin via a right-click it.Note:
- When you open a query file in the SQL Editor, make sure to select the database connection from the Choose Connection list before executing the query. Otherwise the run icon on the editor toolbar will be unavailable.
- When you create or modify a query in a query file in the SQL Editor and try to close the editor, you will be prompted to save the modifications. The modifications will not be taken into account unless you click the save icon on the editor toolbar.