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Use this Snap to add the ORDER BY keyword to an existing query. The ORDER BY keyword enables you to sort records in ascending or descending order of a specified column's value. Additionally, the Snap also enables you to specify whether null value records are displayed first or last. This Snap also allows you to preview the result of the output query. You can validate the modified query using this preview functionality.
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|Input/Output||Type of View||Number of Views||Examples of Upstream and Downstream Snaps||Description|
|The SQL query in which you want to add the ORDER BY keyword.|
|The incoming SQL query with the ORDER BY keyword.|
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|Parameter Name||Data Type||Description||Default Value||Example|
|Label||String||ELT Sort||Sorted Employee List|
Required. This field set allows you to specify the sort order and placement preference for null values in each column in the table.
Click + to add a new row. Each column for which you want to specify the sort order requires a new row.
This field set consists of the following fields:
|Sort Path||String||Required. The name of the column based on whose values you want to sort the records.||N/A||FNAME|
Determines the order in which the values must be sorted.
Available options are:
|Null Value Sort Preference||String|
Determines whether the null values must be displayed first or last.
Available options are:
|NULLS FIRST||NULLS LAST|
|Get preview data||Check box||Not selected||Selected|
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