Isolated joins in universe

What are isolated joins?
whether there will be any problem if we have isolated joins in our universe?

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Isolated joins form when a new table added to universe and the new table has to be adjust with some of existing context.  This type of Joins called Isolated Joins.

Ravi Kumar Garre

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  • Jul 5th, 2012

Hi ......
Isolated joins is ex: i have 15 table A is 7 table B is 7 Table taken last is missing in the table that is the Isolated Joins

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Sudheer Vemulapally

  • Nov 22nd, 2013

An isolated join is one that has not been included in any context in your universe. Once you start using contexts in a universe, every single join must belong to at least one context. A join can belong to more than one context, but if it doesn't belong to any it is considered by BusinessObjects? to be isolated

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