sql ? on joins

Hi, I have 2 tbls .  I need it to look like the results below.  Notice on tbl1 there is no 9.3.15 data and on tbl 2 there is not 9.4.15 data.  

tbl1                                                                 tbl2            
date              Region           tool cnt            date           Region            misc cnt
9/1/2015      south          4                           9/1/2015           south                     12
9/2/2015      north           5                           9/2/2015          north                     14
9/4/2015      east            6                           9/3/2015           west                     35
9/5/2015      west           7                        
                                    
results                                    
date       region      tool cnt      misc cnt                  
9/1/2015      south      4      12                  
9/2/2015      north      5      14                  
9/3/2015      east        null      35                  
9/4/2015      west      6      null                  
9/5/2015      west      7      null
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
This is a full outer join then.
select isnull(tbl1.date, tbl2.date), isnull(tbl1.region, tbl2.region), tbl1."tool cnt", tbl2."misc cnt"
from tbl1 full join tbl2 on tbl1.date = tbl2.date

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Russ SuterCommented:
I think you're looking for a union and a subquery. This should do the trick...
SELECT
	[tbl1and2].[date],
	[tbl1and2].[Region],
	SUM([tbl1and2].[tool cnt]) AS [tool cnt],
	SUM([tbl1and2].[misc cnt]) AS [misc cnt]
FROM
(
	SELECT
		[tbl1].[date],
		[tbl1].[Region],
		[tbl1].[tool cnt],
		NULL AS [misc cnt]
	FROM
	[dbo].[tbl1]
	UNION ALL
	SELECT
	[tbl2].[date],
	[tbl2].[Region],
	NULL AS [tool cnt],
	[tbl2].[misc cnt]
	FROM
	[dbo].[tbl2]
	) AS [tbl1and2]
GROUP BY
	[tbl1and2].[date],
	[tbl1and2].[Region]
ORDER BY
	[tbl1and2].[date]

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
try this:

select D.Date, isnull(t1.region, t2.region) as region, t1.[tool cnt], t2.[misc cnt]
from (
   select date from tbl1
   UNION
   select date from tbl2
) AS D
left join tbl1 as t1
on t1.date = D.date
left join tbl2 as t2
on t2.Date = D.Date

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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
I beg your pardon? What is wrong with the full join? Éric's answer works, but can get very cumbersome and might perform bad.
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eluceroAuthor Commented:
sorry it's right the full join. I wanted to give all points, but I accidently hit the later 2 first, then I couldn't give it to you.  Is there a way I can go back and give you points?
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eluceroAuthor Commented:
yes please reopen so I can give points thanks
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eluceroAuthor Commented:
there you go  Qlemo.
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