Configuring the SQL Option - EnterWorks_Process_Exchange_(EPX) - 10.5

EnterWorks Process Exchange (EPX)

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If you select SQL as the Access Type option, do the following steps:

  1. In the SQL field, type the necessary SQL statement. JDBC BIC
    Note: If you want to use the percent sign in the SQL statement, escape it by putting a backslash in front of each percent sign; for example,
    Select * from P_ACTIVITY_PROPERTY where PROPERTY_KEY like '\%Password\%'

    resolves to

    Select * from P_ACTIVITY_PROPERTY where PROPERTY_KEY like '%Password%'.
  2. In the Result Set field, type the fully qualified name for the result set. This is the location in the hash table where the results will be placed (e.g., <user>.<directoryName>).

    To pull any piece of information from a hash table, enter the fully qualified hash table entry name.

    Note: To specify a percent sign in the name itself, escape it by putting a backslash in front of it, for example: Pct\% resolves to Pct%

    To specify a backslash in the name itself, escape it by putting another backslash in front of it, for example, \\Results resolves to \Results.

  3. The Max Rows field specifies the maximum number of rows to be retrieved into the result set in the work item. You can enter a numeric value or a work item property key.
  • For numeric values, if you specify a value that exceeds the number of rows, then it will return all the rows for that query.

Type "0" to return zero rows or "-1" to return all rows.

If the input is invalid, the Max Rows field adapts the default value specified in the JDBCBic.config file. Invalid values include negative numbers other than "-1", mixed decimals and non-numeric input.

In the JDBC.config file, the Max Rows default value of 100 is configurable.

  • For work item property keys, type in the property name enclosed with the "%" sign. For example, if you will use the work item property name Personal_Age type in %Personal_Age% in the Max Rows field. The query will return the number of rows specified in the Personal_Age field in the viewer. If the work item property specified in the Max Rows field does not exist, the query will result to an error.