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matteogm
Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

Direct discovery multi table support

Hi All,

Direct Discovery supports multi table scenario.

Does it mean that all multi tables accessed by DD should be joined together or tables could stay separated?

Example scenario in Direct Discovery:

Table A (Fact big table) join table B; <--Chart X that shows calculations

Table C (Fact big table) join table D; <--Chart Y that shows calculations

Thanks

Regards

Matteo

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petter
Partner - Champion III
Partner - Champion III

Until what was called Direct Discovery 2.0 which came with 11.20 SR5  I think you had to join to be able to use multiple tables. From DD 2.0 and onwards you can have multiple tables but there can only be one table per chart. As long as you have different charts you're OK.

Here is a clip from the QlikView 11.2 Direct Discovery Addendum for SR7:

2015-10-19 #1.PNG

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robert_mika
Master III
Master III

They must be all joined.

petter
Partner - Champion III
Partner - Champion III

Until what was called Direct Discovery 2.0 which came with 11.20 SR5  I think you had to join to be able to use multiple tables. From DD 2.0 and onwards you can have multiple tables but there can only be one table per chart. As long as you have different charts you're OK.

Here is a clip from the QlikView 11.2 Direct Discovery Addendum for SR7:

2015-10-19 #1.PNG

mukesh24
Partner - Creator III
Partner - Creator III

Hi ,

DD support muti table, i think we can create mutiple table through direct query in data model as well as joining multiple table in single table.

Regards,

Mukesh