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How can I include missing records of two tables

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Conrado ZAVALAFlag for Honduras asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2008
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Dear Experts-Exchange:

I have the following two tables:

Table #1: CUSTOMER_POSIZES
Columns: COMPANY_ID,CUSTOMER_ID,CUSTOMERSTYLE_ID,CUSTOMERPO_ID,CUSTOMERSIZE_ID
Row #1: 0,8,'GARMENT #3',2,'6'
Row #2: 0,8,'GARMENT #3',2,'XS'
Row #3: 0,8,'GARMENT #3',2,'S'
Row #4: 0,8,'GARMENT #3',2,'M'

and

Table #2: CUSTOMER_SIZESPSTYLE
Columns: COMPANY_ID,CUSTOMER_ID,CUSTOMERSTYLE_ID,CUSTOMERSIZE_ID
Row #1: 0,8,'GARMENT #3','XS'
Row #2: 0,8,'GARMENT #3','S'
Row #3: 0,8,'GARMENT #3','M'
Row #4: 0,8,'GARMENT #3','L'

Notice that CUSTOMERSIZE_ID = '6' is not present in CUSTOMER_SIZESPSTYLE list.

I need to write an SQL SELECT that can give me the following result set:

Row #1: '6'
Row #2: 'XS'
Row #3: 'S'
Row #4: 'M'
Row #5: 'L'

I will appreciate your help.

Best regards,

Conrado
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