Who is this article for?
IT personnel working with the Q-Pulse database.
SQL database access is required.
If you are working with the Q-Pulse database then you may need to identify where data in the Q-Pulse system is located in the SQL database. This information will be particularly useful if you are:
- Developing a solution using the Q-Pulse API Web Services
- Querying the database in order to perform an export from the database
- Connecting a business intelligence system to the Q-Pulse database
- Importing data into the Q-Pulse database
This article links to the data dictionary for each module, providing a breakdown of the Q-Pulse field, the SQL database table, the column name and any additionally referenced fields.
Important Note: This information is intended for use by qualified database administrators only. Any edits made directly within the Q-Pulse SQL database (e.g. importing data) are not supported by Ideagen. It is strongly recommended that a full backup of your database is taken before making any changes and that all changes are thoroughly tested before being rolled out to your production system.
1. Data Dictionary List
The below modules are available in the data dictionary: