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Table join on non-primary key

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edited Apr 18, 2018 12:58PM in Reporting & Analytics for B2C Service 1 comment

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Hello,

I'm faced with a situation where I need my a report to map a custom field (string) in the incident table to one of 4 categories.  There are ~1000 possible strings that need to be mapped.

I created a custom object that maps the possible strings to the categories.  While trying to report on this, I don't see a way to join the two tables by the matching string fields, only by primary key.  Is there a way around this or am I just not trying to solve my problem correctly?

Thanks,

Barry

 

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