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Validation colors
The Database Name field changes colors according to the information entered. These colors indicate whether or not information is valid. Information entered into the dialog is validated against the selected database or the Database Repository file. See Specifying application options for information on how to create a Database Repository file.
Note: The SQL Command field is not validated.
The following describes the significance of the Define SQL Command validation colors:
*Blue: Unknown. Entry does not match any known database (or you have not attempted a connection—See Note below).
*Yellow: Offline. Not connected to specified database.
*White: Valid. Database name is valid.
Note: If a database is unknown, when you click OK or Apply Apama will attempt to communicate with it using the defined connection. If the validation response remains unknown, see SQL tab for information on how to add a database. If you are using a direct JDBC connection, you will need to add your database in Application Options.

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