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Create a new table

Select * 
From MIS.Dbo.Company_Staff_Property
union all
Select * 
From MIS.Dbo.Applicant_Staff_Property	

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Hi from the above union I want to create a new table called Staff_Properties is it possible to do this
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Davesm
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Davesm
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Imran Javed ZiaConsultant Software Engineer - .NET ArchitectCommented:
Sure, you can use wraper qury to do so. And then you can use it as per requirements
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Kakhaber SiradzeCommented:

select *
into 
Staff_Properties
from 
(
Select * 
From MIS.Dbo.Company_Staff_Property
union all
Select * 
From MIS.Dbo.Applicant_Staff_Property)a

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kumarnimavatCommented:
You may use the below given query to create a new table

Select * from New_table_name from
(
Select *
From MIS.Dbo.Company_Staff_Property
union all
Select *
From MIS.Dbo.Applicant_Staff_Property
) a
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kumarnimavatCommented:
Select * from Staff_Properties from
(
Select *
From MIS.Dbo.Company_Staff_Property
union all
Select *
From MIS.Dbo.Applicant_Staff_Property
) a
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DavesmAuthor Commented:
Awesome service
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