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How do I access the data that I wrote for SQL Queries to data mine the flow data in SQL

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Updated January 12, 2017

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How do I access this data? I used to write SQL Queries to data mine the flow data in SQL?

 

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  • NTA 4.x

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Now that the flow data are being stored in our own database, you can directly query the raw flow data by using the SolarWinds API which leverages our own query language, aptly titled SolarWindsQueryLanguage (SWQL).

 

 

 

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