How can we ignore the JOIN WHERE condition in run time.we are using a oracle database.
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Can you tell us what you're attempting to do? Do you have a cluster master file or are you issuing the JOIN yourself? If you have a cluster master file can you open it in the GUI without errors? Can you issue a CHECK FILE against this master file? Also, double check to make sure the SEGNAME in the Access file (.acx) matches the one in the Master file (.mas).
It's a lot easier to help if we have more details about what you're doing, what you expect to see and errors and problems you're running into.
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It is a cluster masterfile. Also i am not able create reports with this cluster in GUI.
The reason i have variables in my Join condition is,Based on the user selection(from and to dates) it should bring the data for that date range.I cannot use the dates in the report where conditions because the tables joined in a cluster are left joins.This is the reason we used variables in the JOIN where condition.
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