SQL Workshop Guide Using SQL Scripts 6 Using SQL Scripts Use SQL scripts to create, edit, view, run, and delete script files. About SQL ScriptsA SQL script is a set of SQL commands saved as a file in SQL Scripts. Accessing SQL ScriptsLearn how to access SQL Scripts. About the SQL Scripts PageThe SQL Scripts page displays an interactive report of all SQL scripts created by the current user. About the Tasks ListA Tasks list displays on the right side of the SQL Scripts page. Creating a SQL ScriptLearn about different ways of creating a SQL script. Using the Script EditorYou use the Script Editor to add content to a new script, to edit existing scripts, and to run and delete scripts in the script repository. Creating an Application from a ScriptLaunch the Create Application Wizard loaded with pages based on the tables used by the script. Deleting a SQL ScriptYou can delete scripts from the Script Repository by deleting selected scripts from the SQL Scripts page, or deleting the current script in the Script Editor. Copying a SQL ScriptYou can copy a script in the Script Repository by saving it with a new name. Executing a SQL ScriptYou can execute scripts stored in the Script Repository. You can submit a script for execution either from the Script Editor or from the SQL Scripts page. Viewing SQL Script ResultsYou use the Manage Script Results page to view and delete script results. Exporting and Importing SQL ScriptsMove scripts from your current Script Repository by exporting them and then importing SQL Script Export into a Script Repository in a different workspace. Viewing Script and Result QuotasYou can view the script limits in the current workspace on the Script Quotas page.