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Merge SQL queries (SCCM)

Posted on 2014-11-09
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Hi guys, I have 2 SQL queries which I need to merge.

The first query gives me the collections and their members, where the second query gives me all the members along with their details. How do I merge the 2 queries so I can get the list of collections along with their members (first query) to also include the details from the second (ie. OS, service pack, model, IP....)?

Query1

SELECT 
v_FullCollectionMembership.CollectionID AS 'CollID', 
v_Collection.Name AS 'CollName',
v_FullCollectionMembership.Name AS 'SystemName'
FROM
v_FullCollectionMembership, v_Collection
WHERE v_FullCollectionMembership.CollectionID = v_Collection.CollectionID
ORDER BY
CollName ASC, SystemName ASC

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Query 2
SELECT    
 dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Name0 AS [NetBIOS Name],  
 dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Manufacturer0 AS [Make], 
 dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Model0 AS [Model],  
 dbo.v_RA_System_IPAddresses.IP_Addresses0 AS [IP Address],
  v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM.Caption0 AS [OS Type],
  v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM.CSDVersion0 AS [OS Version], 
 --dbo.v_GS_SYSTEM_ENCLOSURE.SerialNumber0 AS [Service Tag (Dell)] 
 v_GS_PC_BIOS.SerialNumber0 AS [Serial]
  
FROM         dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM 
   
 INNER JOIN   
  dbo.v_GS_PC_BIOS  
  ON  
  dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.ResourceID = dbo.v_GS_PC_BIOS.ResourceID  
 INNER JOIN  
  dbo.v_RA_System_IPAddresses  
  ON 
  dbo.v_GS_PC_BIOS.ResourceID = dbo.v_RA_System_IPAddresses.ResourceID  
 INNER JOIN 
  dbo.v_GS_SYSTEM_ENCLOSURE  
  ON 
  dbo.v_RA_System_IPAddresses.ResourceID = dbo.v_GS_SYSTEM_ENCLOSURE.ResourceID  
 INNER JOIN 
  dbo.v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM  
  ON 
  dbo.v_GS_SYSTEM_ENCLOSURE.ResourceID = dbo.v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM.ResourceID  
 WHERE     
  (dbo.v_RA_System_IPAddresses.IP_Addresses0 LIKE '10.%') 
  AND 
  (Roles0 like '%Server_NT%') 
ORDER BY 
  [NetBIOS Name]  

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I don't know if I understand you correctly, but what is your two queries' merging field?
If [NetBIOS name] then try something like
select * from (Select v_FullCollectionMembership.CollectionID AS 'CollID', ... ) q1 
INNER JOIN (dbo.v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Name0 AS [NetBIOS Name], ...) q2 
on q1.SystemName=q2.[NetBIOS Name]

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You can also create view v_q1 as query1 and v_q2 as query2 and join them - the code will be more understandable.
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Thanks, managed to get it mostly working.
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