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FULL OUTER JOIN

Can I use a FULL OUTER JOIN in Cold Fusion? It doesn't appear to be working.
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tammieR
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tammieR
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adonis1976Commented:
the Microsoft Access and Microsoft Access with Unicode drivers do not support FULL OUTER JOIN clauses. What is ur db?
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INSDivision6Commented:
Cold Fusion doesn't care.  SQL statements are all "pass-thru".  Your database must support it.
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pinaldaveCommented:
1) If you are talking Query of Query : ColdFusion does not support it.
2) MS SQL and Oracle support them.
3) (as mentioned above) MS Aceess does not support it.

Suggestion: If you want to run Full Outer Join make your Database to do the work, instead of query or query.

Regards,
---Pinal
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mrichmonCommented:
I think this is realted to:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/WebDevSoftware/ColdFusion/Q_21422354.html

Where I showed you that query of queries do not support it, you need to see if your database (I think you said DB2) supports it or not.
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tammieRAuthor Commented:
I am in fact trying to pass this to DB2, via Client Access. I seem to get contradicting info as to whether or not the ISeries supports FULL Join's. Some sources say it's been allowed since version 4. Anyone know? I am still researching...
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tammieRAuthor Commented:
I found it on the ISeries website...

DB2 UDB for iSeries SQL Programming Concepts V5R2

Simulating a Full Outer Join
Like the left and right outer joins, a full outer join returns matching rows from both tables. However, a full outer join also returns non-matching rows from both tables; left and right. While DB2 UDB for iSeries does not support full outer join syntax, you can simulate a full outer join by using a left outer join and a right exception join.
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