Choose your database:
AnySQL
MySQL
MS SQL Server
Oracle
PostgreSQL
SQLite
Firebird
SQL Anywhere
DB2
MaxDB

Subscribe to our news:
Partners
Testimonials
Piter Jason: "I wanted to take this opportunity to thank SQL Maestro Group for providing me the tools to succeed. I have no doubt that without them I would have failed to do my job. I am proud that I have suceeded. Thank you".
Jeff Johnson: "Thanks for your help. I'm a big fan of your software. It's very useful".

More

Add your opinion

Data Wizard for MySQL online help

Prev Return to chapter overview Next

Adding SQL queries

This step is available if ODBC data source has been selected as the source format. To import data from SQL queries:

 

add necessary SQL queries;
specify them as data sources for the MySQL tables on the next step.

 

Add an SQL query using the corresponding button and specify a file to load the query from or place the query text in the corresponding window.

 



Prev Return to chapter overview Next