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The sample data service (NestedQuerySample) contains the following queries.operations:

  • employeesInOfficeSQL - Takes in an office code and prints the details of all the employess in that office.
  • listOfficesSQL - Lists all the offices in the database. When office information is printed, all the employees that belong to an office are also printed using a nested query, which refers to the employeesInOfficeSQL query.
  • customerNameSQL - Takes in the customer number as a parameter and returns the customer name. In the result section of this query, there is no "rowName" defined; only an element wrapper. With this option, a separate element will not be created for every record in the result. But However, the record content will be directly added to the outer element. This is best used in a query where , there is only one record to be returned.
  • customerOrdersSQL - Prints the details of all the orders that are in the database. In the result elements, a nested query which references the customerNameSQL query is used. In this way, the name of the customer who placed the order can also be returned with the order details.

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  1. Log in to the management console of your server and click List under Services in the navigator. The NestedQuerySample will be listed here.
  2. Click Try this service to open the TryIt tool.
  3. Select an operation and click Send to execute the operation. You will get the product list in the response as shown below.
    • Nested query based operation invocation using Operation invoking the "listOfficesSQL" query:
       
    • Nested query based operation invocation using Operation invoking the "customerOrdersSQL" query:
       
    • Nested query based operation invocation using Operation invoking the "customerNameSQL" query: