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troubleshooting Question

Entrance sources shows no data

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I'm new to analytics, so I may be overlooking something obvious...

A typical path for a user on my site is: referrer > page a > page b > registration page. There can be any combination of pages between referrer and registration. I want to know what the referrer was that sent a user to my site when that visit ends in a view of the registration page. I am attempting to discover this information by using Content >  Top Content and selecting my registration page. This brings me to the Content Detail page. From the Analyse drop down, I select Entrance Sources. Unfortunately this results in "This page was viewed 0 times via 0 sources" and "There is no data for this view.". I know for certain that people have accessed my registration page as I have had people registering with my site and visitor metrics are shown elsewhere in Analytics.

So, is my understanding of the Entrance Sources feature incorrect? Or is there some problem with my setup?
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