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hello experts

here is my situation:

i have a query

<cfquery name="getzip" datasource="woodmenzip">
        select Zipcode from ZipCode
        where State = '#state#' and Division = '#div#'
</cfquery>

that will give me a bunch of  zipcodes, say 100 of them. Working fine.

now i have another query:

<cfquery name="getmem" datasource="gchart">
select Member_FName, Member_LName, Member_Add1, Member_City, Member_State, Member_Zip, Member_Phone
from GC_Members
where Member_AgeRange = '#form.Member_AgeRange#' and
Member_Status = '#form.Member_Status#' and Flag = 1 or flag = 0 and Member_Zip = #QuotedValueList(getzip.ZipCode)#
ORDER BY Member_FName

In the above query, i want to display all the members who have a zipcode in the recordset that i get from earlier query. Note that these two reside in different DBs and i cant join the table. so what i was thinking was to store the query result in a list. Pls help.. i dont know if I have done a good job explaining.
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Question by:adonis1976
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you could join the two recordsets with a query of queries

<cfquery name="qryData" dbtype="query">
SELECT
    getmem.Member_FName,
    getmem.Member_LName,
    getmem.Member_Add1,
    getmem.Member_City,
    getmem.Member_State,
    getmem.Member_Zip,
    getmem.Member_Phone
FROM
    getmem, getzip
WHERE
    getmem.Member_Zip = getzip.Zipcode
</cfquery>
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by:adonis1976
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hey thanks a million..
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