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I need to SELECT claims from b_claim table based on data  I have data for the epccc table.


select b_claim.epcccId, * from b_claim INNER JOIN epccc ON epcccId =epccc.Id where b_claim.agencyId = 18 and epcccEpId = 25363
and epcccId  NOT IN (select id from epccc where epcccEpId = 25363
and agencyId = 18 and coalesce(epcccCccId,0) not in (-0,408))


The above works good when

(select id from epccc where epcccEpId = 25363
and agencyId = 18 and coalesce(epcccCccId,0) not in (-0,408))

returns at least one row but when it returns nothing the whole query returns everything.  

I would like it if the NOT IN portion returns nothing then I want the whole query to return nothing.  How do I do this?
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Not the prettiest way;

select b_claim.epcccId, * from b_claim INNER JOIN epccc ON epcccId =epccc.Id where b_claim.agencyId = 18 and epcccEpId = 25363
and epcccId  NOT IN (select id from epccc where epcccEpId = 25363
and agencyId = 18 and coalesce(epcccCccId,0) not in (-0,408))
AND NOT ((select Count(id) from epccc where epcccEpId = 25363
and agencyId = 18 and coalesce(epcccCccId,0) not in (-0,408)) = 0)
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