Query-Builder-Tab-Query-Editor

Query Builder Tab (Query Editor)

    Query Builder Tab (Query Editor)

    Constructs queries based on multiple search criteria.

    You can also group criteria parenthetically, select which fields to display in the
    returned query, and specify a sort order for the fields.

    List of Options

    The following options are displayed.

    Query Builder Grid

    Provides a space for you to construct queries based on multiple search parameters.

    Parenthetical Grouping

    Groups a series of search criteria by bracketing them within parentheses. You can
    nest up to four sets of parentheses within a single statement. To insert a beginning
    parenthesis, click in the cell to the left of the first Field cell that you want to
    group. To insert an end parenthesis, click in the cell to the right of the last Value
    cell that you want to group.

    Field

    Provides a space where you can select the field or fields to include in your query.
    Double-click in the Field cell of the current row to display a list of available fields
    from the current database table that you can use in constructing your query. To add
    an additional parameter, specify an operator and a value for the current row and then
    select the Logical cell.

    Operator

    Provides a space where you can select an operator to apply to the query condition
    of the current row. Double-click in the Operator cell to display a list of operators
    that you can use in constructing your query.

    Value

    Provides a space where you can specify a value for the query condition of the current
    row. Click in the Value cell and enter a value, or choose the […] button to retrieve
    a list of available values for the selected field in the Column Values dialog box.

    Logical

    Provides either an And or an Or operator to the query statement. Click in the Logical
    cell to add an And value. To change the value to Or, click in the Logical cell again.

    Fields in Table

    Displays a list of available fields from the current database table, from which you
    can specify the fields to display in the Data View window when the query is executed.
    If you don’t specify any fields to display, the query displays all fields from the
    database table. Double-clicking in a field in this list or selecting a field and choosing
    Add (Show Fields) adds the field to the list of those that are displayed in the Data
    View window by the returned query. You can also drag fields to add them to the Show
    Fields and Sort By areas.

    Show Fields

    Specifies the fields that are displayed in the Data View window when the query is
    executed. To remove a field from this list, drag it from the list to any area on the
    Query Builder tab.

    Add (Show Fields)

    Adds a field to include in the Data View window display of the returned query. To
    add a field, select it in the Fields in Table list window and then choose Add.

    Sort By

    Specifies a sort order for the returned query. The first field added to the Sort By
    list is the primary sort. To change the sort order for a field, drag the field to
    a new location in the Sort By list. By default, fields are added to the Sort By list
    in an ascending sort order. To apply a descending sort, select a field and choose the Ascending/Descending Sort button, or double-click
    in the field. To remove a field, drag it from the list to any area on the Query Builder
    tab or select the field and press DELETE.

    Add (Sort By)

    Adds a field to the Sort By list. To add a sort field, select it in the Fields in
    Table list window and then choose Add. Repeat for additional fields that you want
    to apply to the sort.

    Ascending/Descending Sort

    Reverses the sort order for the currently selected field. If an ascending sort order
    is currently applied, choosing this button reverses the sort to descending order,
    and vice versa.

    Indicate Records in Data View

    Indicates records that match your search criteria in the Data View window.

    Indicate Objects in Drawing

    Indicates linked objects that match your search criteria in the current drawing.

    Execute

    Issues the finished query and closes the dialog box.

    Close

    Closes the dialog box without issuing the query.

    Store

    Saves the query with the current drawing.

    Options

    Opens the Data View and Query Options dialog box.

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