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Cross join

Cross join

Cross join

I have 2 attributes and a metric in the report. I get a cross join .

When i run the report with just the 2 attributes or either one of the 2 atributes with the metric there is no cross join. its just the combination f 3 which generates the cross join. Any ideas what could be the issue here??

RE: Cross join

Paste the SQL here please.

I think you have no relationship between your two attributes when they try to access your fact data together (data not available at that level). Make sure the fact table that these two attributes are meant to share, are checked on both attributes.

Please send your sql and I will try to help

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