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Robbert te Riele (TERIR)
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Posted: July 21, 2017
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Quiz Question - SSA Course - CREATING REPORTS THAT COMBINE DATA FROM MULTIPLE CLASSES

I would argue that the top answer of the question is wrong.

If you would refer to pzInsKey in the Assign- class you get something like: ASSIGN-WORKBASKET TGB-HRAPPS-WORK C-11!SCREENCANDIDATE_0, which is definitely not pointing to the work identifier of your case. The answer should hold: .pxRefObjectKey as the field that point to the case work identifier (most likely pzInsKey).

Question 2
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You are creating a report in a work class that displays for each open case the assigned operator and task name. Which two ways can you combine data in the assign class for your report? (Choose Two)
Use a class join to the Assign-Workbasket class. Specify a join filter where the pzInskey in the join class is equal to an object identifier in the work class.
Correct!
The class join specifies the class you are joining to and a filter that describes how the data between the classes are joined.
Use a Workbasket Assignment association rule to join the Work class to the Assign-Workbasket class.
Correct!
The association rule defines the join operation and enables you to select data objects in the class.
Use a Workbasket Assignment association rule to join to the Assign-Workbasket class. Specify a join filter where the pzInskey in the join class is equal to an object identifier in the work class.
Use a class join to the Assign-Workbasket class. Specify a join filter where the Workbasket Assignment association rule is equal to an object identifier in the work class.

Can we please have correct answers to the questions !!!

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