This article provides an overview and description of what each base can be used for in queries.
Slate is a relational database and due to the one-to-many relationship between prospects and the many other types of data collected, it is important to first identity what kind of data you’re looking to query on or affect. Query Bases, as the name suggests, are the representation of what you wish to base your query on. In the context of the Query Builder, another way to think of Query Bases is “what should each row of my query represent?”
Query Bases often have filters/exports associated with them. However, it’s also possible that a particular query base has a related base from which it inherits additional filters and exports. For example, if you have an applications query base, not only do you get filters/exports for application data, but it also inherits filters/exports from the related Prospects query base.
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