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SELECT CM.CM_Date AS Cdate, CM.Cash_MemoNo AS CmNo,0 as BookDate, 0 as LR_No, CM.CM_Total as CMAmt, 0 as Amt_Rcvd, 0 as ChqDDNo, 0 as ChqDDdate, 0 as Acc_Typ, 0 as RcptNo,0 as MemoNo, 0 as M_Date, CM.CNee as conName from (CashMemo as CM INNER JOIN ClientLedger ON (ClientLedger.CName = CM.CNee)) UNION ALL SELECT Receipt_CLNT.Rcpt_Date, 0 as CmNo, 0 as BookDate, 0 as LR_No, 0 as CM_Total, Receipt_CLNT.Amt_Rcvd as RcptAmt,Receipt_CLNT.ChqDDNo as RefNo, Receipt_CLNT.ChqDDdate as RefDate, Receipt_CLNT.Amt_Mode as Mode, Receipt_CLNT.RcptNo as RcptNo, 0 as MemoNo, 0 as MDate, Receipt_CLNT.G_Name from Receipt_CLNT INNER JOIN ClientLedger ON (ClientLedger.CName = Receipt_CLNT.G_Name) ORDER BY Cdate;
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