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Paul Aquino (aquip0916)
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Posted: January 30, 2017
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Report Design Quiz Question SSA 7.2

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You are creating a report that uses data from two classes. Which of the following reporting requirements requires the use of a subreport?
A. Columns to display are: Manager, Name, Count of operators that report to each manager.
B. Columns to display are: Operator Name, Last updated Case ID, Last updated Case Status, Update Date.
C. Columns to display are: Operator Name, Operator Division, Count of Purchase Requests created by the operator. Filter the results by unresolved status.
D. Columns to display are: Operator Name, Operator Division, Count of Purchase Requests created.
Correct!
You use an aggregate function in a subreport to determine the count of divisions to which the operator belongs.

Why are the other answers wrong?

I ran through the lesson twice, and I'm looking for a clear and concise explanation about differentiating (when to use) between class joins, association rules, and subreports. I understand each concept well but I have trouble with reading a high level and possibly vague scenario and determining which strategy to use.

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