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Is the hold feature the same as the subquery feature? I just watched a video on subquerying in 8.0.2, and it sounds very powerful. I especially like how you can set the format to SQL, and have the entire request execute on the RDBMS.
-WebFOCUS 8.2.01 on Windows
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Moogle, Subqueries is just one usage of hold files in InfoAssist. Others include but are not limited to building a cache to create all of the components in a compound document so you hit the data source just once and reporting with different aggregation levels via hold and join.