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limiting in the where criteria while using an outerjoin [message #371009] Mon, 07 August 2000 16:53 Go to next message
Ed
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Registered: November 1999
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I was sent a code with a right outerjoin. Within the same where clause, other criteria was listed. (i.e. amount >$100.

My question is: Can use other limiting criteria in a where clause when you are using an outerjoin?

Thank You
Re: limiting in the where criteria while using an outerjoin [message #371018 is a reply to message #371009] Wed, 09 August 2000 01:47 Go to previous message
Vjeko
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Registered: August 2000
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If you're using outer joins you can use other where criteria. But, there are certain rules:
- each column in outer-join table must have (+) sign in where clause
- if you have more than one outer join tables, each of then must be joined with a table without outer joins. Two tables with outer joins can't be joined together.

Good luck!
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