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Active Query Builder Web API lets create, analyze and modify SQL queries for different database servers using RESTful HTTP requests to a cloud-based service. It requires SQL execution context (information about database schema and used database server) to be stored under the registered account at


Python 2.7 and 3.4+

Getting Started

Please follow the installation procedure and then run the following:

import time
import webapi_active_query_builder as webapi
from pprint import pprint
# create an instance of the API class
api = webapi.ActiveQueryBuilderApi()
sql = "Select customer_id, first_name From customer"
metadataGuid = "b3207f4f-b1f4-4dc2-979b-7724ed2d0221"

query = webapi.SqlQuery() # SqlQuery | Information about SQL query and it's context.
query.guid = metadataGuid
query.text = sql

columns = api.get_query_columns_post(query)
print('API called successfully. Returned columns: ', columns)

transform = webapi.Transform()
transform.guid = metadataGuid
transform.sql = sql

filter = webapi.ConditionGroup()

condition = webapi.Condition()
condition.field = "customer_id"
condition.condition_operator = "Greater"
condition.values = [10]

filter.conditions = [condition]

page = webapi.Pagination()
page.skip = 2
page.take = 3

order = webapi.Sorting()
order.field = "customer_id"
order.order = "asc"

transform.filter = filter
transform.pagination = page
transform.sortings = [order]

result = api.transform_sql_post(transform)
print('API called successfully. Returned result: ', result)

Documentation for API Endpoints

All URIs are relative to

Class Method HTTP request Description
ActiveQueryBuilderApi get_query_columns_post POST /getQueryColumns
ActiveQueryBuilderApi transform_sql_post POST /transformSQL

Documentation For Models

Documentation For Authorization

All endpoints do not require authorization.


Source code

Full source code of all clients for Active Query Builder Web API is available on GitHub. Get the source code of javascript here: