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JMStall
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azure table

How do you load columns from an Azure Table, besides the builtin ones (PartitionKey and RowKey).

 

When I connect to an Azure Table, it only loads columns for the PartitionKey and RowKey. All other columns are collpased into a single column called "Content" (which was not part of my table) where each value is "Record". I know which columns I want from the table, but I can't find any way to tell the UI this. For example, "Choose Columns" doesn't let me select the columns.

 

 

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Greg_Deckler
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You need to use the little arrow icons in the "Content" column header to expand out the records.


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Greg_Deckler
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You need to use the little arrow icons in the "Content" column header to expand out the records.


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