Table vs SQL Data Flows and which functions does Domo not recognize? (I'm confused)

edited March 2023 in SQL DataFlows


My CSM informed us that window functions are enabled. I would like to write the following via ETL, or a My SQL dataflow (either way is fine), but I don't know whether to pick a Table or SQL transform, and either one I pick will not accept the following statement.


sum(a) over (partition by b order by a range between unbounded preceding and current row) 

from my table

What I am ultimately trying to do is create a running sum that resets to 0 when it gets to 30 like in the attached dataset. Like in the attached sample.


  • The version of MySQL (5.6) that Domo is on doesn't support window functions so you won't be able to do that in a MySQL dataflow. You can do unbounded preceeding and current row within a Magic ETL 2.0 dataflow using the Rank and Window tile to do what you're wanting to do.

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