The results returned when a job is run are stored in the BMF repository. The data that is stored is determined by the options selected on the Load Scenario’s options page. When using the default MySQL repository, the data can only be accessed through the Run Reports due to licensing agreements. However, the Edit>Settings>Repository tab allows you to change the repository to another SQL Server, MySQL, or Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere database. Once the data is in your own database you can see the tables and data and write queries to access them. You can also use the repository migration wizard launched from the start menu to copy the data from one repository to another.