As shown in the attached screenshot, there is a grammar mistake in the sentence.
"... If you
willrun some queries to modify data, they will be committed automatically." in such sentenses
When writing if (condition), (outcome), the condition must not contain will/would that denotes a future action. 'Will' is allowed only if it means a "willingness/desire". Eg. "If you will, please come" which means "If you want, please come". However, when "will" means the future tense, it's not allowed to include in the condition.
So, the above sentence should be:
"If you run queries to modify data, they will be committed automatically."
Please check other CM and CQB strings for this case and fix them all.