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Some data missing from 2 table query.

P: 72
Hi all,

I am attmepting to run a query based on 2 tables.

In the query there are 3 fields from table 1 and 2 fields from table 2.

The common field in both is Change.ID

The query is working however there is about 70% of the data missing from the 2 fields in table 2

I have checked and the data missing is definitely there if I check manually in table 2.

I have tried the 3 different joins available, and only join that works is number 3 (include all records from table 1 and only those records from table 2 where the joined fields are equal.

The SQL is as below

SELECT Table1.Approver_Group, Table1.Approval_Status, Table1.Change_ID, Table2.Brief_Change_Details
FROM Table2 RIGHT JOIN Table1 ON Table2.Change_ID = Table1.Change_ID
WHERE (((Table1.Approver_Group) Like "example"))
ORDER BY Table1.Change_ID DESC

I have searched for days, but cannot solve this one.

Thanks in advance.
Mar 5 '11 #1
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P: 72
This one is resolved. I managed to solve this one by creating static tables from the ODBC link. Using Append and make table queries it is now working.
Apr 30 '11 #2

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