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LenaS (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Jul 01 10:08
trying to create a report which gathers information from roughly 15 tables. Most are simple code lookups for descriptions. A to B, A to C, A to D and so on.  After setting up these links and clicking ok, I get "Your current link configuration contains multiple starting points. Please be advised that this is generally not supported"  My links are all "left-outer"
Can't find anything in help about what would cause this
FoxG (TechnicalUser)
18 Jul 01 10:34
Hi,
    make sure all your link arrows are going the right way.

Geoff
LenaS (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Jul 01 11:07
Already checked that
FoxG (TechnicalUser)
19 Jul 01 5:19
Hi,
   are any of you links going to cause a many to many relationship ??

Geoff
LenaS (TechnicalUser) (OP)
19 Jul 01 7:33
No, they will not.
FoxG (TechnicalUser)
19 Jul 01 9:57
Hi,

Have you got any tables with an outer join from it and an outer join to it??

Geoff

PS. I'm out of ideas !
IdoMillet (Instructor)
19 Jul 01 11:49
Lens,

The problem is probably due to your linking from the code tables to the primary table instead of in reverse.

Make sure all your links start in the primary table and point to the code tables.

Cheers,
- Ido

ixm7@psu.edu

balves (Programmer)
19 Jul 01 13:54
I believe that you might also get this table if you have a main table A with a join to table B and a join to table C, and then table B has a separate join to table C.

Brian J. Alves
Email: brian.alves@worldnet.att.net
VB / Crystal / SQLServer

princessinthetower (MIS)
21 Jul 01 21:48
You might also have a table that you have unlinked and forgotten.  Scroll down and check for any marooned tables.

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