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How can I join to queries?

Hello all,

I would like to ask if there is a way to join two queries into another new one.

I've been trying including two structures from two queries (always from the same infoprovider) but the result is not what I'm looking for.

Has anyone any idea of how to do this?

Thank you very much,

Carlos Hinestrosa

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 04:38 PM

    Hi Carlos,

    can you not insert both Queries in one workbook and then use excel functionality, assuming you use BEx Analyser...

    Perhaps you want to give us more details..

    regards,

    Michael

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      Thank you very much. In our case, it is not worthy to do that way. I will try to investigate ways to design queries to make some calculations inside a query. I mean, if I have a standard query, maybe I can create a cell with a formula. What worries me is the fact that when I use the button "Defining cells" I think I need to define the whole query cell by cell and I just wanted to add to my query maybe some cells that execute formulas, but keepping the standard information according to our ratios.

      Thank yo very much for your answers,

      Carlos Hinestrosa

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