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I have this cluster master file where i have few tables joined. I understand that WF ignores the join , if a field from a table is not used in the ouput.If i don't have that join established the output value from WF request doesn't match the sql output. What is the recommended way to overcome this.?
Should i give the join condition in the where clause ?
Should i manually join individual table for the WF request?This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
WF8206,Windows 7,8,10 HTM,PDF,EXCEL
Posts: 229 | Location: MI | Registered: September 13, 2017
I've had this happen too. We use a lot of cluster MFDs here. I noticed that our summing operations didn't work unless I included certain fields, so I go ahead and put those fields on my report and then just make it a hold file. Then a second step to actually create the report.