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Using JOB record in an QUERY MANAGER outer join. Need help.

Using JOB record in an QUERY MANAGER outer join. Need help.

Using JOB record in an QUERY MANAGER outer join. Need help.

(OP)
Within Peoplesoft Query Manager, I need to extract PSOPRDEFN fields OPRID and EMPLID, and if a JOB record is found extract DEPTID and EMPL_STATUS. Some EMPLID fields in the PSOPRDEFN are null. Research showed that I cannot do an outer join on a table that is effective-dated, and JOB is. Can anyone give me an alternative? Thanks.

RE: Using JOB record in an QUERY MANAGER outer join. Need help.

Hi commish252,
Do you need to use JOB? Are you running the employees refresh process - if so PS_EMPLOYEES will have the current snapshot for all active employees removing the need for the effective date logic.

RE: Using JOB record in an QUERY MANAGER outer join. Need help.

(OP)
Thanks, but I still get an automatic Max EFFDT criteria added within the Query Manager when I use PS_EMPLOYEES and it doesn't change my results. Any other ideas?

RE: Using JOB record in an QUERY MANAGER outer join. Need help.

You can delete the max effdt/sequence criteria as it serves no purpose against this table/materialised view.

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