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SQL modification for easy data browsing

Change grouping, sorting, apply filters and pagination to the query

  • Changing the view of result SQL query data

    It's matter-of-course for any data browsing facility to have the ability to change sorting, apply additional filters and pagination to the query result data, calculate totals. Active Query Builder enables these features without loading the entire dataset to the client.

    It provides the specialised API to modify the given SQL query taking into account the structure of the given query and limitations of particular SQL syntax. Commands applied to the query can be saved and restored afterwards.

    You can learn more about the QueryTransformer API in this article: How to change sorting, add filters, limits and apply aggregations to the query.

  • Visual SQL filter builder

    Active Query Builder includes the SQL Filter Builder - a handy control to define filters for the result query data visually in a tree-like form. The SQL Filter Builder represents the WHERE clause close to the natural language. It retrieves the list of query output columns from the given query to enable type-safe editing of filter values.

    SQL Filter Builder gets connected to the QueryTransformer object and provides two-way synchronisation. If you add some filters programmatically, they'll appear in the visual control, so you can allow for custom ways of adding filters to improve the user experience.

    SQL filter builder


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