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Replacement for Join


The below example provides the output I need, but I will exceed the JOIN command limitations (50k). Can someone advise on a different way to accomplish the join below - without using the JOIN command?

So as an example:

Primary Table
Customer 1, 2, 3

Secondary Table
Customer 1,2,3,2
Spend 100, 200, 300, 400

Search: index=primary | join type=left max=0 Customer [search index=secondary] | table Customer Spend

Output is
Customer 1, 2, 2, 3
Spend 100, 200, 400, 300

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Please assume that you must join the tables. Just trying to provide a simple example. Thanks!

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Hi ryanprayacn,
could you share more details and examples?
watching your example, it seems that you don't need Primary table, you only need to show in a table values of Secondary Table in a different order!

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