troubleshooting Question

How to use the join condition when using like ?

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i want to join two tables using the like condition but i have to join them using the right outer join. How to do that..I am attaching my query here

SELECT DISTINCT A.user_name,A.effective_date,B.user_id FROM

(SELECT DISTINCT(last_name || ' '|| first_name) AS user_name,TO_CHAR(effdate,'MM/DD/YYYY') AS effective_date FROM (
SELECT last_name,first_name,effdate FROM ( SELECT first_name,effdate,trim(SUBSTR(last_name,1,INSTR(last_name,' ',1)-1))
 AS last_name FROM(SELECT (last_name || ' ') AS last_name, first_name,effdate FROM SOXADMIN.sox_hr_report WHERE
 UPPER(type_of_user) = 'TERMINATION' AND TO_CHAR(file_date) =(SELECT MAX(TO_DATE(TO_CHAR(file_date,'MM/DD/YYYY'),
 'MM/DD/YYYY')) FROM SOXADMIN.sox_hr_report))) ))A,
(SELECT user_id,tss_code_desc AS user_name FROM soxadmin.sox_tss_by_profile WHERE  tss_code = '0100'
SELECT user_id,user_name AS user_name FROM soxadmin.sox_cross_reference
SELECT user_id,tss_code_desc AS user_name  FROM soxadmin.sox_tss_by_profile_prior WHERE tss_code = '0100'
SELECT user_id,user_name AS user_name FROM  soxadmin.sox_apps_approved_profile
)B WHERE B.user_name(+) = A.user_name( here we have to use lie B.user_name like '%%' (+))

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