Subqueries in From Clauses

Subqueries in SELECT, WHERE, and HAVING Clauses

Subqueries in these clauses are highlighted like hyperlinks. You can add subqueries to these clauses by typing them instead of columns. To open such subquery for visual editing, click them holding the CTRL key. Subqueries in the SELECT clause may be renamed by entering name into the Alias column.

Where subquery

Subqueries in GROUP BY and ORDER BY Clauses

Subqueries in these clauses should always return only one value (i.e. one row having one column). To add such subquery, type it into the expression box and press ENTER. You can open them for visual editing only by navigating to them with Document Outline.

Subquery in SELECT clause

To add a subquery to SELECT clause:

  1. In the query document go to the Selection tab of the tabbed editor (it is placed under the diagram) and click the field in the Column field. The operand editor opens.
  2. Click the Create Subquery Create Subquery button. The program inserts a subquery template into the condition and automatically moves you to the subquery tab of the query document.

Subquery in WHERE and HAVING Clauses

To add a subquery to WHERE and HAVING clauses:

  1. In the query document create a condition on the WHERE or HAVING tab of the tabbed editor and click the Create Subquery Create Subquery button in the Operand editor.

    Add Subquery in WHERE

    The program inserts a subquery template into the condition and automatically moves you to the subquery tab of the query document.

    Subquery in WHERE

  2. Drag-and-drop a table to the subquery and add the subquery conditions. The subquery template will be populated with the added parameters.