Accessing data tables
Running a search means accessing the table where the events you need to work with are stored. In the Explore Your Data tab of the Data Search area you can access a data table in three different ways:
- Run a search using a finder - The most intuitive way of running a search. Select the tag levels corresponding to the required table.
- Run a global search - A global search lets you search data across all the data tables in your domain.
- Run a LINQ free text query - Use the LINQ language to build your custom query. You will directly access the search window with all the written operations applied.
For a general overview of how to access data tables, you can check the following video: