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Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hi,

In the attached spreadsheet, the first tab lists a diagram of three tables. Tables A (Green) and B (Blue). Table C was created by an inner join on Tables A and B, on the fields Car, NBR1, and NBR2.

Now, based on Table C that was created from A and B, I am creating a three table query with C, D, and, E, with the intended output to deliver Table Z that has the rows highlighted in pink (where the Code, ID in Tables D and E are not the same).

Tables C, D, and E will be joined on Car, NBR1, and NBR2 as well. Due to the nature of the source data, the processing had to happen in this method, and cannot be changed.

Thank you



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by:Bill Ross
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Hi,

What is your question?

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Bill
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als315 earned 500 total points
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I also not quite sure in expected result.
"where the Code, ID in Tables D and E are not the same" - what is Code? Category field is same for all records.
In query C you will have expected records.
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by:tahirih
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I may have figured this out - yes, this is hard to describe without actual data. Sorry.
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