Thanks for your reply.
In order to reproduce the issue, we need to create a database with the same
schema as yours, import real data into database, and test the query on
that. Could you please paste your database schema if it's possible for you?
Now, I'm afraid to say we cannot reproduce the issue without real data. I'm
willing to dig into the problem if we can get the database schema.
Actually, this is very import on repro. Anyway, if you are busy on other
tasks so far, and haven't time to investigate the issue now, please also
feel free to let us know. I will log the problem into our DB. You can
re-call us when you are available.
Hope this helps. Please feel free to let us know if you have any more
concern. We are glad to assist you.
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