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The models object allows you to query information about many models in a given job.


When querying for models, the following arguments are available:

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Below we show some illustrative example queries and outline the schema of this models object.

Example Queries#

As we noted above, database, schema, and identifier are all optional arguments. This means that with this endpoint, you can:

  • Find a specific model by providing <database>.<schema>.<identifier>
  • Find all of the models in a database and/or schema by providing <database> and/or <schema>

Finding models by their database, schema, and identifier#

The example query below finds a model by its unique database, schema, and identifier.

{  models(jobId: 123, database:"analytics", schema: "analytics", identifier:"dim_customers") {    uniqueId  }}

Finding models by their schema#

The example query below finds all models in this schema, and their respective execution times.

{  models(jobId: 123, schema: "analytics") {    uniqueId    executionTime  }}


Models has access to the same fields as the Model node. The difference is that Models can output a list, so instead of querying for fields for one specific model, you can query for those parameters for all models within a jobID, database, etc.

When querying for models, the following fields are available:

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