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    HI all, select code.batchno, detailA.batchfee , detailB.batchfee from Code code left outer join Detail detailA on (detailA.id= code.id) left outer join Detail detailB (detailB.id= code.id) where code.category = categoryA order by code.id I want an alternative for left outer join.. I cannot use left...

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  • SQL Server Query Help Needed

    I have a table with Inventory transacation records. The table contains both Shipment (outgoing) and Receiving (incoming) transactions. I'm trying to write a report that lists both Sales Orders that result in Shipment records and Purchase Orders that result in Receiving records. If I link the...

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  • LEFT JOIN depending on more conditions

    I'm not sure what says the ansi norm about this SELECT * FROM a LEFT JOIN b ON b.mast_id = a.id AND b.flag = 1. Is it possible (by the ansi norm) to use in "ON" condition more then one boolean expression? Like in this case condition compounded by two expressions? Of course, meaning by this that...

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