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Query details from query results?

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I need to get some result details based on a seperate query result.

I have two tables, Order and OrderDetails.

I need to pick out all the orders in Orders that were ordered by the same Cust# on the same OrderDate. Sum  (Orders > 1) .

Using those specific order numbers I need to pull out the orderdetails description.

I know this is a little vague but I think it describes the basic need. The results of one query will determine what is pulled by the second query.

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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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post sample data or better upload a copy of the db..
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by:LanBuddha
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Order#     OrderDate#      Cust#
123           1/1/2011          1
124           1/1/2011          1
125           1/2/2011          3
126           1/3/2011          4

I should pull back order 123 and 124 because they were placed on same day by same customer.

OrderDetails
Order#      Desc
123          Product1
123          Product2
124          Product3
125          Product1

I need the details of order# 123 and 124 based on previous table.

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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test this query


SELECT Order.OrderDate, Order.CustNo, Order.OrderNo,OrderDetails.Desc
FROM [Order] Inner Join [OrderDetails]
ON [Order].OrderNo=[OrderDetails].OrderNo
WHERE (((Order.OrderDate) In (SELECT [OrderDate] FROM [Order] As Tmp GROUP BY [OrderDate],[CustNo] HAVING Count(*)>1  And [CustNo] = [Order].[CustNo])))
ORDER BY Order.OrderDate, Order.CustNo;
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by:LanBuddha
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Great. Got me where I need to be. Nice, quick response.
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