Editing an existing SQL custom query

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    Nestor Valenzuela

    In that way, the table was created.

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    Michael Becker

    Hi Nestor,

    That requires to go to Connectivity Settings under ElastiCube button at the top menu in EC Manager.

    Once you click that you will find a list of sources with assosciated tables. Find your table and click middle button on the right hand side (the one that allows yo uto change table). Now a new window opens with list of all table from your source. On that list find your table, and below you will see a current query for it. Click on Edit and change it as you need. Hope it helps,

    Regards,

    Michał

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    Nestor Valenzuela

    Awesome, thank you for the quick answer!.

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    Oleksandr Dyklevych

    How does one do it from the web-interface?

     

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    Jonathan Sabah

    Hi Michael, thank you for your explanations. When editing the connectivity settings for a source, are we supposed to see the original query (if a custom query was used) or is it supposed to open as blank?

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