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Posted on 2013-06-05
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Hello,
Can you please help,
I'm trying to do a simple select.

SELECT * FROM ScanItem where scanin is Null   (I get proper results - all data )
SELECT * FROM ScanItem where scanin is Null  and CCDriverNumber is NULL (I get proper results)

When I add another AND, I get no results. (i SHOULD GET FEW HUNDERED)
SELECT * FROM ScanItem where scanin is Null  and CCDriverNumber is NULL AND CCDriverNumber <> 2529

What am I missing?

thanks
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SELECT * FROM ScanItem where scanin is Null  and CCDriverNumber is NULL
union all
SELECT * FROM ScanItem  where ccdriverNumber <> 2529

or

SELECT * FROM ScanItem where scanin is Null
and
((ccdriverNumber <> 2529) or (ccdriverNumber is null))
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by:W.E.B
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This did it, thanks
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