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The Browse In-DB tool lets you view your data at any point in an In-DB workflow.

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The Connect In-DB tool creates an in-database connection in a workflow.

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This tool brings data from Designer into the In-DB workflow.

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The Data Stream Out tool streams data from an In-DB workflow out to Designer.

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This tool allows fields from a standard data stream to be input back into an In-DB data stream.

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This tool outputs information about the In-DB workflow to a standard workflow for Predictive In-DB.

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The Filter In-DB tool filters records using the native language of the database.

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This tool creates or updates fields in an In-DB data stream with an expression.

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This tool combines two In-DB data streams by performing an outer or inner join.

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This tool creates an In-DB input connection on a macro and populates it with placeholder values.

Macro Output In-DB Tool

This tool creates an In-DB output connection on a macro that can be used with In-DB workflows.

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The Sample In-DB tool limits the In-DB stream to a number or percentage of records.

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The Select In-DB tool selects, deselects, renames, and reorders fields in an In-DB workflow.

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This tool summarizes data by grouping, summing, counting, counting distinct fields, and more.

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This tool combines two or more In-DB data streams with similar data structures.

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Use the In-DB stream to create or update a table directly in the database.