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Hi @Tybo - In-db tools enable blending and analysis against large sets of data without moving the data out of a database, which can provide significant performance improvements over traditional analysis methods that require data to be moved to a separate environment for processing. You don't need to use SQL in your case. You can use a Filter In-db: https://help.alteryx.com/20213/designer/filter-db-tool
Unless I am mistaken, the In-DB filter doesn't work like a regular filter tool. You still have to write the filter code of the database's native language. Is this correct? I was able to use the regular filter but when I copied the filter code to the In-db filter it didn't work.