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Posted on 2008-10-15
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I know how to create a union query between two tables.
Is there a way to create a union between 2 queries? (Instead of tables)

I want to create a query that gets the results from one query and appends  the results of another query to the very end.
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You can use this

SELECT Name, DOB FROM tblEmployee
UNION ALL
SELECT Name, BirthDate as DOB from TBLCustomer
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if you want to add the second query at the end you can use

SELECT 1 as query, Name, DOB FROM tblEmployee
UNION ALL
SELECT 2 as query, Name, BirthDate as DOB from TBLCustomer
order by query
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