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🎥 Joining Two Queries - Lookup Command

IzabelaRokita
Community Team
Community Team

 

In this video with Indermohan Singh @imsingh  , you’ll learn the lookup command in DQL (Dynatrace Query Language) and how to use it to join the data from two queries.

Find out more about the lookup command → https://dt-url.net/dql_command_lookup 
Have a question you can ask in our forum → https://dt-url.net/devforum 
Read more about DQL → https://dt-url.net/DQL-Docs 

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gbaudart
Champion

Very good video, it very well explains how to do the Lookup in DQL!
Very good tips at the end as well, I didn't know this way of doing things.

Observability consultant - Dynatrace Associate Certified

IzabelaRokita
Community Team
Community Team

Thank you so much for your feedback @gbaudart ! 😊  
And congrats to the @imsingh for introducing this matter so clearly 👏

AntonPineiro
DynaMight Guru
DynaMight Guru

Hi,

Do you know when lookup command is better than lookup function?

Best regards

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