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Cognos Report Join issue

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Hi,

I have report where we are joining 2 queries. But the issue is  it is pulling more data.

Any help what might be causing this..
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by:Jared_S
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It's either the join or the relationship of the data between the two queries.
Can you post your combined query along with some data showing the results you get and the results you want?
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I can't post the query here sorry.. I am using a  0..n = 1.1  relationship between the two queries.

current output:

Received      320


Required output:

Received        275
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by:SNeupane
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If you use 0..n, it'll always pull more data.
Try 1..1 -- 1..1 in both side.
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I tried the above cardinality and the output is  still as above..
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SNeupane earned 500 total points
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Then you have to play with aggregation properties for the numbers.
In each query, click on the data item and set 'None' in properties for Aggregate and rollup aggregate.
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