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Business Objects Context problem

I have created two contexts to solve a loop. When i run the report i want BO to ask me to choose a context out of the two contexts which currently it doesnt. It simply displays two tables in the report belonging to each context. i am using DESKI

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  • busobj May 11, 2010

    It sounds like you're missing a shortcut join somewhere between the tables

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Why not add a simple derived table in the universe, e.g.

select 1 as 1

Then place a self restricting join on the derived table
Then add the self restricting join to both contexts

Create an object from the derived table and add to query...

this should prompt users for a context.

JB

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