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How do I create a select statement with an outerjoin on access queries?

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I have an asp page that queries an access query.  I now need to join the query results from one query with those from another query in the same db. My question is how do I outer join vwResults8.Team on vwResults2.Team.  My existing select statement is:

SELECT Team,  SUM(EffectiveRevenueReal) AS Rev From vwResults2 GROUP BY Team Order By SUM(EffectiveRevenueReal) DESC

I'd like to select all fields from vwResults8 and join on vwResults8.Team
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Question by:hologosesh
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by:Daniel Wilson
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I'm writing this as though you want ALL records from vwResults2 and matching from vwResults8.  If the other way around, change LEFT to RIGHT.  If all from both, change LEFT to FULL
SELECT Team,  SUM(EffectiveRevenueReal) AS Rev,
  vwResults8.*
From vwResults2 LEFT Outer Join vwResults8 on vwResults2.Team = vwResults8.Team
GROUP BY Team Order By SUM(EffectiveRevenueReal) DESC

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Daniel Wilson earned 125 total points
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Hold on ... messed up some of the GROUP BY stuff:

Replace the Field1 - FieldN with real field names
SELECT Team,  SUM(EffectiveRevenueReal) AS Rev,
  vwResults8.*
From vwResults2 LEFT Outer Join vwResults8 on vwResults2.Team = vwResults8.Team
GROUP BY vwResults2.Team ,
vwResults8.Field1, vwResults8.Field2, ... vwResults8.FieldN
Order By SUM(EffectiveRevenueReal) DESC

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by:hologosesh
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Works great, thanks.
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