|Quick Queries ||
After you have completed an analysis, you may save the actions as a Quick Query. You will then be able to rerun the analysis at a later time or share the Quick Query with others so that they may run it.
To save the actions in the current table or worksheet as a Quick Query:
The Save As a Quick Query dialog is presented.
Be careful when you select this option. Once you click Submit, the existing Quick Query is replaced. There is no warning or pop-up message confirming this action.
Make sure Replace old query? is not selected, as it will take precedence.
The title is used to help describe the behavior of the Quick Query (e.g., Transactions by Store) and may contain any combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, spaces, and special characters.
You may save the results of the Quick Query in a variety of formats, such as an interactive table, a QuickApp, an Excel spreadsheet, a PDF report, or a comma-separated text file.
The prompt will be displayed for Quick Queries when Base Table is set to Allow user to choose table in this folder or Allow user to choose any table.
The Input Type depends on the type of parameter (e.g., column, value, relation) and the action associated with the parameter (e.g., select, sort, tabulate). See Input Types for an explanation as well as a detailed list of actions and their associated parameters.
The Quick Query is saved.
Once you have saved a Quick Query, it behaves like a black box. Running it produces a result, but you cannot see the actions saved in the Quick Query, much less modify them. To see the actions and modify them, you must edit the Quick Query. For instructions, see Edit a Quick Query. To share the Quick Query with others, see Share folders, tables, or queries.