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Executing SQL

Updated at: Mar 20, 2020 GMT+08:00

Prerequisites

You have logged in to the DAS console.

Procedure

  1. On the top menu bar, choose SQL Operation > SQL Window. Select a database from the navigation tree on the left.
  2. Enter the SQL statements in the SQL window and click Execute SQL.

    • If you want to execute multiple SQL statements at a time, separate them using semicolons (;).
    • If you want to execute specified SQL statements, select the SQL statements to be executed.
    • If you want to execute all SQL statements, do not select any SQL statements or select all SQL statements.
    "SELECT * FROM name;"

    name indicates the table name.

  3. View the information about the executed SQL statements on the Executed SQL Statements and view the execution status and duration on the Message tab.
  4. View the execution results on the Result Sets tab.

    • If the object has a primary key, you can add, delete, edit, and export data as required.
    • If the object has a primary key, you can update data, view row details, or export data as required.
      • If the result set involves a view, you cannot edit the data.
      • If the type of the result set is metadata, the data cannot be edited or displayed on multiple pages.
      • If the result set involves multiple tables, you cannot edit the data.
      • If the result set involves only one table and does not include all the primary key columns of the table or no primary key is found, you cannot edit the data.
      • Virtual tables (for example, tables generated during SQL execution) cannot be edited.

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