In SPSS Modeler, you can define a flow with a database as source, put a terminal node and then click a purple hexagonal icon in the toolbar. Then, SPSS Modeler displays the SQL which solves the flow (known as "SQL Pushback") without the need of running the SQL command.
In Watson Studio Desktop 1.0, you don't have this option. To display the SQL code, the only option is to run the flow.
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||All users|
How should it work?
Watson Studio Desktop should have the purple hexagonal icon to display the SQL "preview" whitout the need of running the flow.
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