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RPYee
Quartz | Level 8

I've upgraded to EG 8.3 from 7.1 and now I can't figure out how to do the simplest of tasks.  In 7.1 query results, there was a "Data" menu with the ability to select "Append".  How do I find this in 8.3?  Trying to append the output of two different queries.

 

Also, how do I view the code without extracting it and having that showing in the process flow?

 

Thanks, in advance, for your help!

RPYee

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The fact that I ask for help simply means I am inexperienced and under-educated. Please don't assume I am incompetent and uneducated.
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RPYee
Quartz | Level 8

Finally figured these out on my own, but couldn't delete the post.

 

To append in EG 8.3:

In opened dataset, select "Tasks", then "Browse", then "Data", then "Append Table".  Once this task has been used, it will now show under "Tasks>Recent Tasks"

 

To view query code in EG 8.3:

Run the query.  When completed, double-click the query , then select "Code" from the menu just able the output.

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The fact that I ask for help simply means I am inexperienced and under-educated. Please don't assume I am incompetent and uneducated.

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RPYee
Quartz | Level 8

Finally figured these out on my own, but couldn't delete the post.

 

To append in EG 8.3:

In opened dataset, select "Tasks", then "Browse", then "Data", then "Append Table".  Once this task has been used, it will now show under "Tasks>Recent Tasks"

 

To view query code in EG 8.3:

Run the query.  When completed, double-click the query , then select "Code" from the menu just able the output.

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The fact that I ask for help simply means I am inexperienced and under-educated. Please don't assume I am incompetent and uneducated.
cbrotz
Pyrite | Level 9

We are a little late to the party, but thank you for saving me time looking. 🙂

 

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