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I have this query pulling from two tables. It essentially sums the column of a bunch of records then adds some more relevant data where the field EMPLID matches

SELECT        TOP (100) PERCENT t1.FULLNAME, t2.TOTAL_HOURS, t2.EMPLID, t1.MGRID, t2.FiscalYear, t1.VPID
FROM            myDB.dbo.USERSS AS t1 INNER JOIN
                             (SELECT        EMPLID, SUM(Hours) AS TOTAL_HOURS, FiscalYear
                               FROM            dbo.REQUESTS
                               GROUP BY EMPLID, FiscalYear) AS t2 ON t2.EMPLID COLLATE Latin1_General_BIN = t1.EMPLID
WHERE        (t1.DELETED = 'N')

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Is there a way for me to pull the same data but also have a record for each entry from the USERS table where there isn't anything found for that record's EMPLID in the REQUESTS table, and just set the SUM of TOTAL_HOURS to 0.00?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Ryan Chong

Is there a way for me to pull the same data but also have a record for each entry from the USERS table where there isn't anything found for that record's EMPLID in the REQUESTS table, and just set the SUM of TOTAL_HOURS to 0.00?
yes, try use left join instead of inner join.
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Thanks Ryan!
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