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How do I joint 2 simple SQL statements?

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I have two simple sql statements that I need to join...how would I do that?
P.SEQUENCE is the same as D.SEQUENCE
AND P.BILL is the same as M.IDENT

Here are the statements:
SELECT P.BILL, P.SEQUENCE, P.LOCATION, P.TYPE
      FROM dbo.POLICY P
      WHERE P.BILL = '24680'

SELECT M.IDENT, D.SEQUENCE, I.IDENT, S.IDENT, D.*
      FROM BILL M (NOLOCK),
            INVOICE I ,
            STATUS S ,
            STATUSDETAIL D
      WHERE M.IDENT = '24680'
            AND I.IDENT = '13579'
            AND I.BILL = M.IDENT
            AND S.INVOICE = I.IDENT
            AND D.STATUS = S.IDENT
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SELECT M.IDENT, D.SEQUENCE, I.IDENT, S.IDENT, D.*
      FROM BILL M (NOLOCK),
            INVOICE I ,
            STATUS S ,
            STATUSDETAIL D,
            dbo.POLICY P
      WHERE M.IDENT = '24680'
            AND I.IDENT = '13579'
            AND I.BILL = M.IDENT
            AND S.INVOICE = I.IDENT
            AND D.STATUS = S.IDENT
            AND P.SEQUENCE = D.SEQUENCE AND P.BILL = M.IDENT
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dragos_craciun earned 500 total points
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sorry, I forgot the columns:

SELECT M.IDENT, D.SEQUENCE, I.IDENT, S.IDENT, D.*, P.LOCATION, P.TYPE
      FROM BILL M (NOLOCK),
            INVOICE I ,
            STATUS S ,
            STATUSDETAIL D,
            dbo.POLICY P
      WHERE M.IDENT = '24680'
            AND I.IDENT = '13579'
            AND I.BILL = M.IDENT
            AND S.INVOICE = I.IDENT
            AND D.STATUS = S.IDENT
            AND P.SEQUENCE = D.SEQUENCE AND P.BILL = M.IDENT
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by:deakie
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Thanks so much for your quick response....of course your solution works exactly as expected and the results are what I needed!!
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