The Query Window is used to enter and execute a query. The results from queries are placed into one or more Answerset windows. See “Introduction to the Query Window” on page 63.
The Answerset window is a table that Teradata SQL Assistant uses to display the output of a query. See “Introduction to the Answerset Window” on page 105.
The History window is a table that displays past queries and related processing attributes. The past queries and processing attributes are stored locally in a Microsoft Access database. This provides flexibility to work with previous SQL statements in the future. See “Introduction to the History Window” on page 137.
In addition to the three main windows, the optional Database Explorer Tree and Favorites panes can be displayed at the left or right side of the main window. For more information on these features, see “Database Explorer Tree” on page 38 or“Favorites and Examples Pane” on page 51.