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SQL...Joining VIEWS

Posted on 2013-01-23
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I have multiple views, that I need to join together.
I am having a difficult time getting the data to appear like I want.


VIEW 1:

SELECT ORG_ID, ORGANIZATION_NAME, [GROUP], category_id, rpt_list_text, APRN, PA
  FROM vw_core_privileges_a16

ORG_ID	ORGANIZATION_NAME	GROUP	category_id	rpt_list_text	APRN	PA
1	       Northwestern Memorial Hospital	UHC	1	Write admission orders	1	1
2	       Rush University Medical Center	UHC	1	Write admission orders	1	1
3	       University of Chicago	                UHC	1	Write admission orders	1	1

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VIEW 2:

SELECT ORG_ID, ORGANIZATION_NAME, [GROUP], category_id, rpt_list_text, APRN, PA
  FROM vw_core_privileges_a17

ORG_ID	ORGANIZATION_NAME	    GROUP	     category_id	rpt_list_text	APRN	PA
1	       Northwestern Memorial Hospital	UHC	    1	  Write discharge orders	   1	1
2	       Rush University Medical Center	UHC	    1	  Write discharge orders	   1	1
3	       University of Chicago	               UHC	    1 	  Write discharge orders	   1	1

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I would like the data to appear like:

ORG_ID	ORGANIZATION_NAME	GROUP	category_id	rpt_list_text	APRN	PA
1	       Northwestern Memorial Hospital	UHC	    1	  Write admission orders	   1	  1
2	       Rush University Medical Center	UHC	    1	  Write admission orders	   1	  1
3	       University of Chicago	                UHC	    1	  Write admission orders	   1	  1
1	       Northwestern Memorial Hospital	UHC	    1	  Write discharge orders	   1	  1
2	       Rush University Medical Center	UHC	    1	  Write discharge orders	   1	  1
3	       University of Chicago	               UHC	    1 	  Write discharge orders	   1	  1

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Question by:swaggrK
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Saurabh Bhadauria earned 250 total points
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You need a union here ...

SELECT ORG_ID, ORGANIZATION_NAME, [GROUP], category_id, rpt_list_text, APRN, PA
  FROM vw_core_privileges_a16

union all

SELECT ORG_ID, ORGANIZATION_NAME, [GROUP], category_id, rpt_list_text, APRN, PA
  FROM vw_core_privileges_a17
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by:swaggrK
ID: 38811021
Thank you, where is the best place to store this query, since it is not really a View?
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by:swaggrK
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Excellent!!! Responded very quickly. Thank you.
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by:Saurabh Bhadauria
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ok then you can wrap your queries in a view...in  similar way
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