>FROM Customers C
>LEFT OUTER JOIN Orders O
>ON C.CustomerID = O.CustomerID
>WHERE OrderID IS NULL OR C.CustomerID IS NULL
>ORDER BY OrderID
Correct except lose "OR c.customerID IS NULL", it makes no sense.
Daniel McQuay wrote:
had a problem like this in class today and we solved it
with a LEFT OUTER
JOIN. we had to find customers who did not place an order or orders
customers. this was in MSSQL but it may be something to work off of.
FROM Customers C
LEFT OUTER JOIN Orders O
ON C.CustomerID = O.CustomerID
WHERE OrderID IS NULL OR C.CustomerID IS NULL
ORDER BY OrderID
On 6/22/06, Jeremy Rottman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I am working on an MLS Exclusion report.
In on table1 I have all the information we collect for our files. Each
download an update our mls table (table2).
what I am trying to do is find all the records in table2 that are not
This is the query that I am using.
Not IN (select status.fld_house_number from status where
like 'L0%') and (fld_archived = '0'))
The problem is it is not returning the correct information.
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