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Use of @WHEREEXPRESSION in REST API deployment

I'm having troubles deploying a RESTAPI that is built on a base view with a @WHEREEXPRESSION The following is an example of what I am trying to do and have tried. Create a base view with the following query: `Select * from tablename.schema where variable = @WHEREEXPRESSION` When deploying this query, `WHEREEXPRESSION` is not treated as a valid variable for the REST API query. I am also using a JDBC DB2 driver to connect to the source.
13-07-2023 01:59:58 -0400

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Hi, @WHEREEXPRESSION is a special interpolation variable that is replaced at runtime by VDP with the where condition sent to the base view. There's a very good explanation in this KB article: [USING THE CREATE BASE VIEW FROM QUERY OPTION]( Usually it is used directly after a WHERE statement, e.g.: ``` SELECT <field_list> FROM <source_table_name> WHERE @WHEREEXPRESSION ``` In alternative you can use a normal Interpolation variable (my_param) with the following syntax: ``` SELECT <field_list> FROM <source_table_name> WHERE <field_name> = @my_param ``` After fixing your Base View query syntax you should be able to access the REST web service by specifying a where condition (first case) or a value for the variable (second case). Hope this helps
Denodo Team
14-07-2023 04:28:14 -0400
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