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right join in a querry

Posted on 1998-04-11
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I write a Delphi 1 programm (using BDE 2.52)
that use this SQL :
select A.F1, B.F2 from A right join N on A.F2 = B.F2
where A.F1 = 100
and it works fine
When I try to use this SQL in Delphi 3 (using BDE 4.0)
does not work
Can you help me ?
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I should be

select A.F1, B.F2 from A right join B on (A.F2 = B.F2) where (A.F1 = 100)

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On the first line, read "It should be" and not i ;-)

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Odan, Is it working?

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