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Table Joins in a transaction report

Posted on 2012-03-11
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I have a transaction table that is the main table see attached glf_ldg_acc_trans which has all the transactions, I then have a Billing Table attached to it that has certain linked data but does not relate to every transaction in the glf_ldg_acc_trans table. When I add in a field from the billing table it only shows values that are in both tables. I change the join properties to

Join Type -  Left Outer Join

Enforce Join - Not Enforced

Link Type -  =

Not sure what else I can do to show all records from the main table while using the vales from the secondary table that are in both tables.

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Question by:Matthew2624
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Do you have any record selection rule in place?
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You may have to change th eother tale to also be LEFT OUTER JOIN

Are you sure both fields are required for the join?

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by:Matthew2624
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@ Peter57r - only selection rule is to choose one accnbri which is the account number.

@mlmcc yes they are required, one is the account number and one is the document reference
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If you remove the selection formula do you get records and data from both tables?

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