Use the Dataset Details page to review a dataset's usage and to perform management tasks on it.

Imported Dataset

For datasets that have been imported into , you can review source location and current usage within flows to which you have access.

Status: For large relational datasets, you can track status of the import process. For more information, see Overview of Job Monitoring.

NOTE: This feature may require enablement in your deployment. See Configure JDBC Ingestion.

If the dataset is used in a flow, click the flow name to review its usage in the flow. See Flow View Page.

Imported dataset details


If the dataset was imported with a customized SQL statement, select Edit custom SQL. Modify the SQL statement(s) as needed.

Through the custom SQL interface, it is possible to enter SQL statements that can delete data, change table schemas, or otherwise corrupt the targeted database. Please use this feature with caution.

NOTE: If you modify the SQL statement for your imported dataset, any samples based on the old SQL statement are invalidated.

For more information, see Create Dataset with SQL.

For more information on the sources from which a dataset was created, see Flow View Page.

Reference Dataset

reference dataset is a reference from one flow to the dataset that is sourced in another flow. When the source dataset is modified, the reference dataset automatically receives the changes. For more information on creating a reference dataset, see Flow View Page.

Reference Dataset details


Dataset with Parameters

If your dataset was created with parameters, you can review dataset and parameter information in the details.

For more information on creating these datasets, see Create Dataset with Parameters.

For more information, see Overview of Parameterization.

Dataset with Parameters details

You can review the parameters and variables that have been defined for the dataset.


Deleting a dataset cannot be undone.