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AliceW Member
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In the Edit Query window, can I see what a certain step did?

Hi everyone,

 

I have the feeling the answer is 'no', but here it goes.

 

I have added certain steps into the query, but for the life of me I can't figure out which rows are being filtered in this second step in the image. The dataset is huge in both number of rows and columns, and visually there's no way I can figure it out. 

 

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Thank you in advance, community!

 

Alice

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Shivendra Frequent Visitor
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Re: In the Edit Query window, can I see what a certain step did?

01 :  Go to "Edit Queries>> Home tab >> Advanced Editor" here you can see the "M Code" of that particular step. 

 

02:   In "Edit Queries">> View Tab enable "Formula Bar". This will show you "M Code" for that particular step

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Shivendra Frequent Visitor
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Re: In the Edit Query window, can I see what a certain step did?

01 :  Go to "Edit Queries>> Home tab >> Advanced Editor" here you can see the "M Code" of that particular step. 

 

02:   In "Edit Queries">> View Tab enable "Formula Bar". This will show you "M Code" for that particular step

AliceW Member
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Re: In the Edit Query window, can I see what a certain step did?

Thanks, Shivendra! Your solution number 2 is especially useful!