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I need a query for categories and description from oracle

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SELECT b.concatenated_segments, c.category_set_name
, b.segment1
, b.segment2
,c.description
,b.*
FROM apps.mtl_item_categories a
, apps.mtl_categories_kfv b
, apps.mtl_category_sets_vl c
, apps.mtl_system_items_vl d
WHERE a.category_id = b.category_id
AND a.category_set_id = c.category_set_id
AND c.category_set_name = 'Purchasing'
AND a.inventory_item_id =d.inventory_item_id
AND a.organization_id = d.organization_id
and a.inventory_item_id='92967'
and a.organization_id=103

i am not getting the description
PACKAGING.PALLET.DEFAULT
po-item-category.docx
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Question by:pardeshirahul
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Piloute earned 500 total points
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hummm,

are you sure you're posting at the right place ? smells like apps to me (not database)...

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yes this is for Oracle APplications not database
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