Suppose you’ve got a tree context with a node that has a table embedded under it. (For example, the TREE_WITH_TABLE view of WDR_TEST_EVNT has this kind of context substructure.) Call this node “NODE_WITH_TABLE.” You now define a recursion node underneath “NODE_WITH_TABLE” and specify “NODE_WITH_TABLE” as the repeated node for this recursion node. Call this recurion node “RECURSION_NODE”. Lo and behold – the table fills properly when you’re on any instance of “NODE_WITH_TABLE”, but not when you’re on an instance of “RECURSION_NODE”. I’m hoping that: a) I’m doing something wrong; OR b) There’s an easy work-around/alternative I’m not seeing OR c) SAP will give recursion nodes enough memory to carry any table(s) embedded in the nodes they’re repeating. ‘Cause I sure don’t want to have to define “n” levels of tree-nodes that have different copies of the same table(s) embedded in them. ???