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hi all,

when i am trying to create z-view i am getting error as "the view ignores client dependency of base tables ", both the tables are z tables and are created by me...

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2013 at 12:09 AM

    I think it is a warning not an error. In any case, the fact that it says the word "client" in the message should give you a hint that you need the client field in the view. Add the client field from either table and you shouldn't get this message any more.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2013 at 08:34 AM

    Hi Satyanarayana,

    Views are used so that the data is selected from at least one cross-client base table, even though the table is client-specific.

    This issue could be caused by the first field of the view not being a client field or if some of the client fields of the base tables are not linked with join conditions.

    You might want to try the below steps :

    1. Check if this behavior is really required. Usually it will not be required to make cross-client selections in client-specific tables.

    2. You can define the view as client-specific by including the client field of one of the base tables as the first field.

    3. All the client fields of the base tables must be linked with join conditions.

    Please let me know if this helps.

    Regards

    Vivek

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