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I have four main tables: This is a "Problem Type -> Case Raised Against Problem Type -> Views on Case" Application.
Table1: A table of problem types and the count of problems per day based on that problem
Table 2:A table of cases raised on that problem
Table 3:A table of views on those cases
Table 4:A master Calendar.
It seems like i have everything in those tables to make it work nicely.
I have included an example.
I would like to have a graph where I could simply see, on a given month (choosen by the master calendar)
The views related to the selected problem or case
The number of cases resolved by day on a selected problem or case
The count of problems raised by day on that selected problem or cases that where associated to the problems which is set by table 2.
The community has been a great help to get me where I am but I think I'm getting something wrong in my relationship building.
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This may be the solution. I just added the shared fields in the data link key table. All seems to work now.
Another Update - Very close to what I need but not quite. I may need another linked table but not sure how.
When I select cases that are "software" related (Bug Found and Virus Found), my "problem type" sum should just be the sum of problems related to "software".
When I select two cases related to "software", the sum of problems doubles - how do I stop this?
Any help would be much appreciated.