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Hi,

I would like to translate the MS SQL statement so it can used for Oracle 9G:

MYLICENSE where MYLICENSE.CLIENT_KEY not in (select MYDESKTOP.DESkTOP_NAME from MYDESKTOP) and MYLICENSE.MYLICENSE_ID != -1

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Chris Schene
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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use <> -1 instead of != -1 , would work in both ms sql server and oracle.
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fast---got the solution in a few minutes
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