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combining two resultsets into one

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I am trying to combine the result of two queries into one result set, and return that back to my web page.

Table a
fields (id, invtid, price, theme)

table b
id, invtid, theme)

I want to pull back all of the results from a where the theme is 'XXX"

and then incorporate the results of table b into the resultset where the contents of B equal 'XXX' for theme.

And I have tried a number of ways of trying to do this as you can see from the code sample down below, right now I am getting a syntax error right after I try the left outer join on B, but even if I get this working I don't think it will work the way I want it to work.

So if anyone has any ideas on how to do this I would appreciate your help. Thanks.
prd.clearanceprice,
        tp.recordid,
        sic.sitecategories_id,
        dbo.Func_Product_GetMenuParentId(sic.sitecategories_id),
        dbo.func_priceproduct_getprice_absolute(prd.invtid, prd.[SellInMult]),
        prd.parentinvtid,
        sic.seo_url,
        sic.template_image,
        sic.template_colour,
        sic.template_default,
        sic.layer1_src) A
 LEFT OUTER JOIN
 {SELECT tp.invtid,
        prd.descr,
        prd.clearance,
        prd.clearanceprice,
        tp.recordid,
        dbo.func_priceproduct_getprice_absolute(prd.invtid, prd.[SellInMult]) AS price,
        prd.parentinvtid,
        sic.seo_url,
        sic.sitecategories_id AS sitecategory_id,
        dbo.Func_Product_GetMenuParentId(sic.sitecategories_id) AS menu_parent,
        sic.template_image,
        sic.template_colour,
        sic.template_default,
        sic.layer1_src,
        sicc.extcode
 FROM   themesproducts tp WITH ( NOLOCK )
        INNER JOIN products prd ON prd.invtid = tp.invtid
        LEFT JOIN skuitemcharacter sicc ON sicc.extcode = 'GIN'
        LEFT JOIN SiteItemCategory sic ON sic.invtid = tp.invtid
 WHERE  tp.themeid_fk = 144 --and 
			--							sic.is_primary=1
        AND ( prd.parentinvtid IS NOT NULL
              AND LEN(prd.parentinvtid) = 0
            )
 GROUP BY tp.invtid,
        prd.descr,
        prd.clearance,
        prd.clearanceprice,
        tp.recordid,
        sic.sitecategories_id,
        dbo.Func_Product_GetMenuParentId(sic.sitecategories_id),
        dbo.func_priceproduct_getprice_absolute(prd.invtid, prd.[SellInMult]),
        prd.parentinvtid,
        sic.seo_url,
        sic.template_image,
        sic.template_colour,
        sic.template_default,
        sic.layer1_src,
        sicc.extcode) B
        ON a.invtid = b.invtid --b.extcode = 'GIN'

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You have no beginning select or from statements.  Your derived table has a beginning { instead of ( and has no ending ).

I'll give you a general fixup here, but you'll need to ensure your table names are correct.

select {What} -- where {WHAT} represents the fields you want to select
from Where a
join Where2 b
on a.Field=b.Field -- where field
join (select a.id,b.col1,sum(b.something) sumsomething from Tablea a join tableb b on a.id=b.id group by a.id,b.col1) c
-- ^^ this is a derived table of a.id and b.col1 that is now referred to as c
on a.id=c.id

where a.SomeField = 'SomeValue'
select * from 
(select 
        prd.clearanceprice,
        tp.recordid,
        sic.sitecategories_id,
        dbo.Func_Product_GetMenuParentId(sic.sitecategories_id),
        dbo.func_priceproduct_getprice_absolute(prd.invtid, prd.[SellInMult]),
        prd.parentinvtid,
        sic.seo_url,
        sic.template_image,
        sic.template_colour,
        sic.template_default,
        sic.layer1_src
from What_Table_Do_You_Want_Your_First_RecordsToComeFrom prd
join WhatOtherTable tp
on prd.what=tp.what
join WhatOtherTableslc SLC
on tp.What=slc.what
 
) A
 
 LEFT OUTER JOIN
 (SELECT tp.invtid,
        prd.descr,
        prd.clearance,
        prd.clearanceprice,
        tp.recordid,
        dbo.func_priceproduct_getprice_absolute(prd.invtid, prd.[SellInMult]) AS price,
        prd.parentinvtid,
        sic.seo_url,
        sic.sitecategories_id AS sitecategory_id,
        dbo.Func_Product_GetMenuParentId(sic.sitecategories_id) AS menu_parent,
        sic.template_image,
        sic.template_colour,
        sic.template_default,
        sic.layer1_src,
        sicc.extcode
 FROM   themesproducts tp WITH ( NOLOCK )
        INNER JOIN products prd ON prd.invtid = tp.invtid
        LEFT JOIN skuitemcharacter sicc ON sicc.extcode = 'GIN'
        LEFT JOIN SiteItemCategory sic ON sic.invtid = tp.invtid
 WHERE  tp.themeid_fk = 144 --and 
                        --                                                      sic.is_primary=1
        AND ( prd.parentinvtid IS NOT NULL
              AND LEN(prd.parentinvtid) = 0
            )
 GROUP BY tp.invtid,
        prd.descr,
        prd.clearance,
        prd.clearanceprice,
        tp.recordid,
        sic.sitecategories_id,
        dbo.Func_Product_GetMenuParentId(sic.sitecategories_id),
        dbo.func_priceproduct_getprice_absolute(prd.invtid, prd.[SellInMult]),
        prd.parentinvtid,
        sic.seo_url,
        sic.template_image,
        sic.template_colour,
        sic.template_default,
        sic.layer1_src,
        sicc.extcode) B
        ON a.invtid = b.invtid --b.extcode = 'GIN'

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by:JDEE8297
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I don't have access to my work machine, but something must have gone wrong when I cut and paste this into here, but thanks for the quick reply.
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thank you for your help.
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