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Opening a View

Updated at: Jun 09, 2021 GMT+08:00


  1. On the top menu bar, choose Database Management. On the displayed Objects page, select Views, locate the target view, and click Open in the Operation column.

    Figure 1 Opening a view

  2. On the displayed page, check the view details directly or using Where Condition.

    Figure 2 Obtaining view details
    Table 1 Functions



    Where Condition

    Filters records.

    Quickly Generate Test Data

    Quickly generates test data for table structure testing and allows you to set rules.

    Copy Row

    Allows you to copy data of a selected row. Specifically, select the target row and click Copy Row.

    Copy Column

    Allows you to copy data of a selected column. Specifically, click Copy Column and select a column from the drop-down list.


    Allows you to copy a piece of data. Specifically, hover the cursor on the data and click Copy.

    Column Settings

    Allows you to set the columns you want to display.

    Binary to Hexadecimal

    Prevents binary data in columns from being displayed as garbled characters. If there is binary data in columns, you must select this option.


    Allows you to update table data manually.

    Row Details

    Shows the detailed information of a specified row.


    Allows you to add rows.


    Allows you to submit and save the changes to data.

    Delete Row

    Allows you to delete the selected rows.


    Exports a maximum of 10,000 data records as CSV or SQL files.

    View data can be only queried, but not be edited, because views do not have primary keys.

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