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select Mandoc.name, MDCPDS.name
inner join MDCPDS ON Mandoc.SSAN= MDCPDS.SSAN)
where Mandoc.name <> MDCPDS.name
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In the Diagram pane of the Query Designer, drag the name of the join column in the first table or query and drop it onto the matching column in the second table or query.
In the Diagram pane, right-click the join line, and then click Properties.
On the Join Line tab, under Include rows, do one of the following:
To create a left outer join, select the first check box — for example, All rows from Mandoc.
To create a right outer join, select the second check box — for example, All rows from MDCPDS.
To create a full outer join, select both check boxes — for example, All rows from Mandoc and All rows from MDCPDS.
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