Need to resolve an ERROR on a Select Query!! Urgent!!

SELECT *.getItembyBranchbyUnits, F41021.LILOCN, F4102.LIPQOH, F4102.LIPBIN
FROM getItembyBranchbyUnits INNER JOIN F41021 ON getItembyBranchbyUnits.IMITM = F41021.LIITM
WHERE getItembyBranchbyUnits.IBMCU = F41021.LIMCU ;


I'm getting a syntax error on *.getItembyBranchbyUnits  
It says missing operand.
Do I have to list everyfield on the table getItembyBranchbyUnits  or is there a short cut on the select statement?

Thanks,
Nihal
javaliteAsked:
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ALaRivaCommented:
you got it backwards.

Try:
getItembyBranchbyUnits.*

-Anthony
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javaliteAuthor Commented:
Can't believe I did that.. :)

Thanks!!
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