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By default, SQL mode queries show the schema browser pane on the left side of the query. Just like the visual mode schema browser, you can see and search through all the schemas, tables, and columns available from your selected data source.
Select a column from the schema browser to add the column name to your SQL query.
The schema, table, and column names shown in the schema browser are the SQL names, not the nicknames provided in the data source’s schema settings.
Column data types
Each column in the schema browser has an icon corresponding to the column’s data type.
A comma-separated list of values contained within square brackets ([ ])
Either a true or false value, where true is 1 and false is 0
Because boolean columns shows true values to 1 and false values to 0 in the result table, boolean columns become number data types after the query.
A date value with the following format: YYYY-MM-DD
An example date value is 2022-05-23.
A timestamp value with the following format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.SSS
An example datetime value is 2022-05-23 01:45:09.303.
A numeric value
A text value
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