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Correlated Subquery only pulls matching records

Correlated Subquery only pulls matching records

Correlated Subquery only pulls matching records

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Hello,

I am trying to build a subquery/correlated subquery in Brio, where it returns all the parent records, with the child records only matching based on a specific limit.  I cannot do this in the standard query based on the relationships.

I have tried both correlated subquery and a regular subquery but it keeps returning only records with matches in both tables like a simple join.  I am not sure what I am missing.

Has anyone experienced this?  I am on a very short deadline and am frantic.  I would appreciate any advice.

I used the instructions here to build it: http://businessintelligence.ittoolbox.com/documents/building-a-correlated-subquery-in-brio-18679

Thanks

RE: Correlated Subquery only pulls matching records

Might help to see what you have for a query.

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