Problem to Command

Hi,
I am not able to see command in the following
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why?
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAsked:
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frankhelkCommented:
Seems you've added the table from the data source. That represents the complete table and could not be changed into an SQL command. Probably the data source doesn't support SQL (i.e. an Excel workbook cell area ...).

If you open the data source on the right side, you'll find an option "Command", which lets you create a table generated by a SQL command. That would afterwards appear on the right and THAT would have the "Edit Command" and "View Command" options you're missing.
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
Many thanks.
where can I see the details of the table? How to check, to which database, the report is referring?
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frankhelkCommented:
I'd try the "Properties" option in the table's context dialog you've posted.

Additional, if you expand the proper section of the tree on the right side, where your table comes from, the context menus of the respective elements would probably offer "Properties" options, too.
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mlmccCommented:
Click the LINKS TAB.  You will see the tables and all the fields.

You will also be able to see them in the FIELD EXPLORER once you start designing the report.

mlmcc
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
Many thanks all.
I see that it is referring to one IP below
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does it mean the relevant tables are from such IP?
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frankhelkCommented:
That seems to be correct: The server that runs the database software holding the mentioned table resides at that IP ... the root of the "Selected Tables" tree, by the way,  is named with that IP, too.
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