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The query tool in SQL Server lets you search the database using TRANSACT SQL. In order to start the query, click on Tools, select SQL Query Tool. A new window will pop up. Make sure the database you want to do a query on is selected under DB. Type in the following code in the window

SELECT * FROM ANGIO_FIELD_META

The Query window looks like this. Also note that the SQL statements are case insensitive so you don't have to use Caps like I used above





When you execute this query by clicking on the green arrow, you will get all the data from the table "angio_field_meta". The result looks something like this