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Merge two tables in select query, vfp, oledb

Posted on 2008-06-23
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How do I combine two tables into one query?  the tables are exact... so it's not a parent/child situation... the tables are current/archived data... when the user selects a date which falls into the archived data range... I would like to pull that data, in addition to any data n the current file which may also fall into the users selected date rage.  I'm using a VFP-OLEDB connection in asp.net page... (vb)...

I'm trying to populate a grid... then a crystal report... if the user desires to print.

Something like select * from table1, table2 where dateshipped => etc...
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Question by:zebasdad
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raterus earned 250 total points
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I'm not sure of your exact syntax, but it sounds as if a union operator is what you need to research.

Select *
from table1
where dateshipped = (...)
UNION
select *
from table2
where dateshipped = (...)
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by:zebasdad
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THANKS!  You save me some time... I searched for a similiar solution for hours... here's what worked...

Select shipdate, date_in, orderno from orders where shipdate => bDate and shipdate =< eDate UNION select shipdate, date_in, orderno from aorders where shipdate => bDate and shipdate =< eDate
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