The Infrastructure Administrator simplifies the creation of SQL select statements. In all dialog boxes where you can enter a SQL statement, you can use the , for example, when you create a label definition. In the , you use the when defining control properties that require SQL statements.
facilitates the entry of table names, attribute names and relations. It provides context specific information about the current industry model, such as valid parameters. For example, you can list tables, views, feature class attributes, and feature relations, and explore the values are actually stored in the database. Click or double-click to add the values to the SQL expression, so that no misspellings occur.