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CloudMonkey
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Mapping to two dates in record to same calendar table

Hi,

 

For each record in a table I have 2 dates (an order date and a delivery date). Please can you tell me how best to link these two fields to a calendar table without causing an ambiguity error? (I use a calendar table to map dates to fiscal periods)

 

Thanks,

 

CM

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jthomson
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You just need to pick one as the active relationship (probably would make sense to use the order date), and then have the second date related via an inactive relationship. When you're doing any sort of calculation on your delivery date you'd just need to be sure to use USERELATIONSHIP so that the correct connection is used

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jthomson
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Solution Sage

You just need to pick one as the active relationship (probably would make sense to use the order date), and then have the second date related via an inactive relationship. When you're doing any sort of calculation on your delivery date you'd just need to be sure to use USERELATIONSHIP so that the correct connection is used

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