Does anyone know how can I change the name of Table1 that the action Execute a SQL query returns?
For example, if I have 2 select statements in the action it will return Table1 and Table2. Instead of Table1 and Table2, I would like to define the names of the tables. Like Table1 --> Clients and Table2-->Orders.
I would like to do that because I use these name in actions below and if I add an extra select statement in the beginning of the Execute a SQL query the new select statement will be Table1, Clients will be Table2 and Orders will be Table3. The script in Execute a SQL query it is more complicated than asking for data from 3 tables.
So to sum up the question is: Does anyone know how can I change the name of Table1 that the action Execute a SQL query returns?
Hi @Mike8 ,
In theory, this is not possible because the Table name are stored in the current connection.
In the process of configuration, you need to rely on these Table names to configure related actions.
I think the feasible way is to change these table names directly in the Sql server, and then reconfigure the relevant actions.
I am referring to the query results in outputs of the Execute a SQL query action.
Something like this:
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