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Process of Joining multiple BEx Queries in Crystal

Posted on 2014-03-28
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I have 4 independent BEx queries feeding a crystal report.   I am wondering what is the process of joining them.   I know you join by linking similar fields ( or the ones you know are related to each other).   But how do I know which characteristic is the key and which object it should be joined to from other query?   Crystal 2011 crashes when I try to join more than 2 BEx?

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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Reporting/Crystal_Reports/Q_28397008.html

I think rhinok's comment in your previous question is at least part of the answer.

BEX queries are external to Crystal so trying to join them is probably not fully supported in Crystal.

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