It looks like you have solved this problem. I see a successful database creation (nucleotide) and two successful tBlastx jobs (using that database along with a nucleotide query).
Use one of the output options labeled "Query-anchored". Quote from the tool form:
The two query anchored outputs show a multiple sequence alignment between the query and all the matches, and differ in how insertions are shown (marked as insertions or with gap characters added to the other sequences).
Tabular data manipulation: Common tools are in the groups: Text Manipulation; Datamash; Convert Formats; Filter and Sort; Join, Subtract and Group. Tabular data (original output or filtered/manipulated output that is still in tabular format) can be graphed using the Charts/Scatterplot functions (click on the small graph icon within a dataset to access these) or with tools in the groups Graph/Display Data and Statistics.
I have a nucleotide database and wants to align the sequences to be aligned to my query but after translation. I am trying to see SNPs that result in amino acid changes. I checked ClustalW as per your suggestion but its for the same query and subject type. Do you have any suggestion for that ?