Running a report that includes many variables on many tables (60 or more) causes SQL Exception "Unknown column 'sc_item_option.value' in 'field list'"

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Navigate to Reports > Create New.

  2. Select the Data table "Requested Item [sc_req_item]".

  3. Customize the columns by selecting Variables in the Columns Available.

  4. Click the + sign that appears above the < and > arrows.

  5. In the Catalog Items window, search for and select 'DG - Data Quality Issue Form'.

  6. Select and add all the variables for DG - Data Quality Issue Form (approximately 75 variables).!%3DNULL%5EGOTOcat_item.nameLIKEDG%5Ecat_item%3Dcce6f898ac327100aca2265fc8d82cdf%5Eactive%3Dtrue

  7. Add a condition so fewer records are retrieved, for example, opened by 'Guest'.

  8. Run the report.

    "Syntax Error or Access Rule Violation detected by database (Unknown column 'sc_item_option.value' in 'field list')".


Create multiple reports, each of which have joins from less than 60 tables. These will export successfully.

Note: 1 variable = 1 join

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Related Problem: PRB675410

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Fuji Patch 13
Fuji Patch 9 Hot Fix 1
Geneva Patch 4
Geneva Patch 5
Geneva Patch 6
Geneva Patch 6 Hot Fix 2
Geneva Patch 9
Helsinki Patch 3

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Last Updated:2019-06-17 11:27:14