backend-redshift {dbplyr}R Documentation

Backend: Redshift

Description

Base translations come from PostgreSQL backend. There are generally few differences, apart from string manipulation.

Use simulate_redshift() with lazy_frame() to see simulated SQL without converting to live access database.

Usage

simulate_redshift()

Examples

library(dplyr, warn.conflicts = FALSE)

lf <- lazy_frame(a = TRUE, b = 1, c = 2, d = "z", con = simulate_redshift())
lf %>% transmute(x = paste(c, " times"))
lf %>% transmute(x = substr(c, 2, 3))
lf %>% transmute(x = str_replace_all(c, "a", "z"))

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