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Sql how to exclude from a table

Need some help here. Trying to write a select statement that pulls store/agreement/order information. I want all store and agreement information from AGR_DAILY_BuyerStep table except for those in the manually created exclusion table.


declare @OrgUnits table (OrgunitID typ__ID) --this table holds store info
declare @StoreAgmnt table (OrgunitId typ__id, AgreementId typ__id) --agreements by store to exclude
declare @OrgUnitIds Varchar(max) --store ids
      set @OrgUnitIds = ('10000032-10002125-10002124-10002123-10002120-10002119') -- stores we are using

--exclusion table
insert into @StoreAgmnt
            (OrgunitId, AgreementId)
      VALUES
            (10000032,10000001),
            (10002125,10000004),
            (10002124,10000005),
            (10002123,10000001),
            (10002120,10000004),
            (10002119,10000001)

--accepts store params
insert into @OrgUnits (OrgunitID)
 select item from fn__String2TableEx(@OrgUnitIds,'-')

--select all POIDS except for those in  exclusion table
SELECT distinct(POID)
  FROM AGR_DAILY_BuyerStep a
  --left outer join @StoreAgmnt b on a.BuyerID=b.OrgunitId
  where
      buyerid in (select OrgunitID from @OrgUnits)  
      and NOT EXISTS(  -----this is the part i am not sure of how to exclude?
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
<knee jerk reaction>
>I want all store and agreement information from AGR_DAILY_BuyerStep table except for those in the manually created exclusion table.
SELECT distinct(POID)
FROM AGR_DAILY_BuyerStep a
   --- The LEFT means all rows in AGR_Daily_BuyerStep are included.. 
   LEFT JOIN @StoreAgmnt b on a.BuyerID=b.OrgunitId
-- The WHERE means now filter out all rows where there is a matching @StoreAgmnt row
WHERE b.OrgunitId IS NULL

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jacobJLAuthor Commented:
Thank you, this was close enough. got me on the right path. I had this at one point. the problem was I needed to add a.AgreementId = b.AgreementId  to the  join clause
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
Thanks for the accept.  btw if you do an images.google.com search for 'SQL JOIN' you'll see lots of pretty pictures with T-SQL on how that works.
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