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thenrich asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I have 2 tables:

projmatl    (master table)
job             (detail table)

They have a 1:1 relationship in most cases. In some case there is no record in the job table that will join back projmatl. They should join on the following fields:

(projmatl.proj_num)= (Job.ord_num)
(projmatl.item)= (Job.Item)
(projmatl.task_num)= (Job.ord_line)
(projmatl.seq)= (Job.ord_release)

My resultset should be the total number of records and fields from projmatl and the job.job field if there is a record that joins back to the master table.

What would the sql be?
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