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Compare 3 fields in 2 tables and give differences

Posted on 2011-09-21
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access 2003
2 tables

Table1
Table2

3 fields in each table  same field names
fld1 PrimaryKey Dups-ok
fld2 PrimaryKey Dups-ok
fld3 PrimaryKey Dups-ok

What I need:
I need to compare table2 against table1 and tell me what  data exists in table1 that is not table2 ?


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fordraiders


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by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
ID: 36574517
Try:

Select T1.fld1, T1.fld2, T1.fld3
FORM Table1 as T1
LEFT JOIN Table2 as T2
ON T1.fld1 = T2.fld1
and T1.fld2 = T2.fld2
AND t1.fld3 = t2fld3
WHERE T2.fld1 IS NULL
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
ID: 36574566


Select A.* From
(
SELECT Table1.fld1, Table1.fld2, Table1.fld3,"Table1" as SourceTable
FROM Table1 LEFT JOIN Table2 ON (Table1.fld3 = Table2.fld3) AND (Table1.fld2 = Table2.fld2) AND (Table1.fld1 = Table2.fld1)
WHERE (((Table2.fld1) Is Null) AND ((Table2.fld2) Is Null) AND ((Table2.fld3) Is Null))

Union All
SELECT Table2.fld1, Table2.fld2, Table2.fld3, "table2"
FROM Table2 LEFT JOIN Table1 ON (Table2.fld3 = Table1.fld3) AND (Table2.fld2 = Table1.fld2) AND (Table2.fld1 = Table1.fld1)
WHERE (((Table1.fld1) Is Null) AND ((Table1.fld2) Is Null) AND ((Table1.fld3) Is Null))
) As A
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by:fordraiders
ID: 36577279
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