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Oracle join

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I have table A with sys_ID,business_ID,update_date columns
1  102 11/20/1990
2 102  11/21/2009

it will be join table B business_ID,....C

I only want to get the max(update_date) row to join to B..C
can I do like this?

select * from B,C,(select * from A group by buisiness_ID having update_date=max(update_date) A
where D.business_ID=B.business_ID
and B.ID=C.ID

Is there any way to do this? because if I join many tables and A has many columns
, it is painful



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