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SQL - joining 2 tables

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We are trying to set up a SmartList Builder (and roll down to smartlist) a file to send to our CPA's for the 1099's.  I was doing fine until I have a view that has no common fields with the 2nd view.  How do I join the following into 1 view? NOTE: the address in the 1st view is the company address and the address in the 2nd view is the vendor's address.

select LOCATNNM, ADRCNTCT, ADDRESS1, ADDRESS2, CITY, STATE, ZIPCODE, ADRSCODE
from SY00600
where LOCATNID = 'main'

select VENDORID, VENDNAME, TXIDNMBR, ADDRESS1, ADDRESS2, ADDRESS3, CITY, STATE, ZIPCODE, TEN99BOXNUMBER
from PM00200
where VENDORID like 'v%'and VNDCLSID like '1099%'and TEN99BOXNUMBER = '7'
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how would you join the two tables if there is no common field? That's a logical impossibility. What is the relationship between these two tables?

If there is no relationship, perhaps you want to UNION the tables.

For example

SELECT color from T1
red
green
blue


SELECT color from t2
orange
purple
black

SELECT color from t1 UNION SELECT color from t2
red
green
blue
orange
purple
black
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