joining tables. one table has multiple records, one a single record

hello, I have two temporary tables that are created as part of a stored procedure.

both tables have the same structure:

      [CustomerChainName]
,      [SortGroup]
,      [SortOrder]
,      [Quantity_CurrentYear]
,      [QuantityPriorYear]
,      [VolumeChange]
,      [GrowthPercent]

The first table contains the top 30 customers with highest growth percentage, and the other table contains a single row that shows totals for all the other customers (not top 30)
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my question is, what type of join would I have to use in this case?

any example would be great.

Thank you very much.
metropiaAsked:
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x-menIT super heroCommented:
"UNION"

select * from table1
union all
select * from table2
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plusone3055Commented:
is your desired result
seeing all 31 rows ?

if so just do a UNION

Select * from table1
UNION
Select * from table2
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
.. and to make sure the totals row is on the bottom..

SELECT 0 a sort_order, *
FROM Table1
UNION ALL
SELECT 1 as sort_order, *
FROM Table2
ORDER BY sort_order
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metropiaAuthor Commented:
thank you very much!
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