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Introducing Terminology Query Language V3.4
Last Post 09 Jan 2014 08:50 AM by jbowie. 0 Replies.
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09 Jan 2014 08:50 AM
    The DTS Terminology Query Language (TQL) is a language for expressing statements (queries) that manipulate or export information found in DTS Namespaces. TQL provides an alternative to direct API programming for more easily performing many common DTS maintenance, Q/A, and output tasks. The TQL Editor, available as both a DTS plug-in and standalone application, permits the creation, editing, saving and interactive execution of TQL queries. A Java TQL Class is also available to permit execution of queries from batch files and Java applications.

    The TQL Editor User Guide provides a comprehensive description of the TQL Language and the operation of the TQL Editor. For a briefer, more use-case-focused, tutorial on writing TQL queries, see the TQL How-To Guide. Finally, the TQL Reference Guide is a quick reference for TQL syntax formatted as a concise double-sided “trifold”. All these documents can be found in the distribution kit.

    Version 3.4 of this highly-used plug-in is an interim update for DTS V4. It includes changes to TQL class constructors and TQLEditor.bat parameters.

    A comprehensive update of TQL that supports key DTS V4 features will be available in Q1.
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