Does Domo have the equivalent of a SQL Server "View"?

Maybe I've spent too many years deep in SQL Server.

SQL Server has the concept of a "View", which is really just a query, usually containing a join. Instead of having to write a query to join tables, I can just query the view without needing to know the underlying relationships. I don't see any equivalent in Domo that allows this abstraction. I realize that I can set up ETL data flows to create new "joined" data sets, but is that really the expected way to work with data? Build data flows for every relationship?

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  • Great! This is exactly what I need. However, there is no mention of how row count affects licensing. Do row counts in views count against our licensing or are these 'free' since they're just a join of existing data sets?

  • GrantSmith
    GrantSmith Indiana 🥷

    @JunkDoom

    My understanding is that they do not as it's not actually storing any rows.



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