Macro Language Workshop

The Macro Language Workshop offers a rich set of tools for writing, executing, and debugging 1010data Insights Platform Macro Language queries and QuickApps in the new web interface.

The Macro Language Workshop allows you to write Insights Platform queries and QuickApps and render the results.

The Macro Language Workshop is accessed by selecting Tools > Macro Language Workshop from the workspace menu.

Figure: Macro Language Workshop window
A. Analysis pane
The analysis pane occupies the left side of the Macro Language Workshop window. This pane is used to enter and modify Macro Language XML code.
B. Results pane
The results pane is displayed on the right side of the Macro Language Workshop window. This pane displays the results of your Macro Language XML code.

The results pane of TRS and MLW are very similar. Both allow you to manipulate the results in grid view. See Results pane for a description of how to analyze your results after you run your code.

G. Reference pane
Click the Expand () icon to display the reference pane. The reference pane contains four tabs: Data, Functions, Forms, and Shortcuts. They provide a
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C. Menu bar
The Macro Language Workshop menu bar provides commands for interacting with the Macro Language XML code.
D. Hide
When both the analysis pane and results pane are visible, click the Hide () icon to hide the analysis pane. This is helpful when you need more space to view your results in the results pane. Click the Show () icon to reveal the analysis pane when it is hidden.
E. Split bar handle
The split bar handle indicates that the analysis and results panes are resizable. Click anywhere on the split bar and drag it to resize the panes.
F. Show
When both the analysis pane and results pane are visible, click the Show () icon to hide the results pane. This is helpful when you need more space to view the Macro Language XML code in the analysis pane. Click the Hide () icon to reveal the results pane when it is hidden.
H. Expand/Collapse
Click the Expand () icon to display the monitor pane. When expanded, a split bar handle appears indicating that the results and monitor panes are resizable. Click anywhere on the split bar and drag it to resize the panes. Click the Collapse () icon to hide the monitor pane.
Note: The monitor pane has a minimum height beyond which the split bar cannot be dragged.