Functions - Resource Orchestration Service
Resource Orchestration Service provides multiple built-in functions to help you manage your stacks. You can use built-in functions when specifying Resources and Outputs.
The following built-in functions can be used in template editing:
Functions - MaxCompute
This article explains how to use common commands to operate functions in the MaxCompute client.
You can also operate functions using the visualized online data development tools in DataWorks. For more information, see Function ...
Functions - IoT Platform
The rules engine provides functions that allow you to handle data when writing a SQL script.
You can call functions to get or handle data.
For example, in the following example, the functions: deviceName ...
Window functions - Log Service
Window functions are used for cross-row calculation. Common SQL aggregate functions calculate the results of only one row or aggregate all rows into one row for calculation. Window functions support cross-row calculation and enter ...
URL functions - Log Service
URL functions support extracting fields from standard URL paths. A standard URL is as follows:
Common URL functions ...
Aggregation Functions - Data Lake Analytics
Aggregation functions ignore null values and return null without input, or when all input values are null. For example, sum aggregation functions are excluded: count(), count_if(), max_by(), min_by(), and approx_distinct().
Basic aggregation ...