One of the principal uses of Interactive SQL is to browse table data. Interactive SQL retrieves information by sending a request to your database server. The database server, in turn, looks up the information, and returns it to Interactive SQL.
Type the following in the SQL Statements pane:
SELECT * FROM Employees
Click Execute SQL Statement, or choose SQL > Execute, or press F5 to execute the statement.
All the data from the Employees table appears in the Results pane.
Choose SQL > Disconnect or press F12 to disconnect from the Windows CE database.
Once you connect to a database from Interactive SQL, you can view and manipulate the dat, as well as add and modify database objects.
For information about Interactive SQL, writing queries, and using SQL statements, see: