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Editing SQL results

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Is it possible to edit the resultant table of a SQL query
and how do you do it.
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Yes, it is possible. Just set REQUESTLIVE property true in the SQL component and you'll be able to do it.

(Yes, Sperling, this works and I've tested it millions of times)
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