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Posted on 2014-04-26
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Hello All,

There are two tables having several columns. Now there are three column - account,product,month in both of the tables tblA and tblB.

I want to find out all the rows for the combination of account,product and month which is in tblA BUT not in tblB

Any ideas?
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Try this:
Select A.*
From tblA A Left Outer Join tblB B
On A.Account = B.Account And A.Product = B.Product And A.Month = B.Month
WHERE B.Account Is Null;
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by:Rayne
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Thank you Dara
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by:Rayne
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Thank you sire, your help saved me big time :)
Thank you
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