Online Documentation for Data Pump for MySQL
Criterion Editor allows you to edit the SELECT query for the source table. The record set returned upon this query execution will be imported to the target MySQL table at Step 8.
The Criterion Editor dialog contains three editing areas, each corresponding to a specific clause of the SELECT statement:
- SELECT <source table field list>
- FROM <table name>
- WHERE <source table WHERE criterion>
Use the WHERE <source table WHERE criterion> area of Criterion Editor to set a SQL criterion (e.g. "SALARY" BETWEEN 10000 AND 100000) for fetched source data that will be imported to the target MySQL table.
Hint: You can also check SQL for your statement to make sure that the syntax is correct, and to see how many records are fetched by the query.
Click OK to apply the criterion for the selected table or Cancel to exit the editor and return to Step 6.