Architecture of the Quick Processor

Architecture of the Quick Processor

The following diagram illustrates the data flow of a data set. The Quick Processor is executed after the decoding process for each individual data set. 
A Quick Processor can be used for data transformation, but can also act as a filter with complex logic or as a state store to create aggregates. Therefore, the result of a Quick Processor execution is not always a data set.
The attribute filters are executed in the last step following the Quick Processor.

The position of the Quick Processor within the data flow when retrieving data.

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