Another handy trick I've found for figuring out joins is using the Export Utility in Vantage. If you go through the Query Wizard and select two tables, it will do the joins for you and it will usually grab and joined the indexed fields (including company) first. I've used it to help me find mystery tables. Once you pick the first table, it shortens the list considerably of tables that you can join with. This doesn't mean you CAN'T join to the tables that it drops off the list, but it lets you know the primary tables that you are likely to WANT to join to the first table.
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From: Leonard, Jeremy
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 10:40 AM
Subject: RE: [Vantage] Open PO report
Thanks allot Wayne. I think this will be very helpful. I have had allot of
speed issues with ODBC. I think this might be the problem. With SQL Server
you don't have to worry about indexes. SQL does all the work for you. Just
another example of a very relevant and helpful solution that I have seen no
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