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Help with Query

Help with Query

Help with Query

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Hi Folks,

I have two tables - Part Master and Product Structure. The PRTNUM_01 field in the Part Master table is the same as the PARPRT_02 field in the product structure table.

I want to run a query that will give me all the values from "Part Master".PRTNUM_01 that are not in "Product Structure".PARPRT_02

Any suggestions?

Mighty

RE: Help with Query

Hi,

You can use the NOT IN clause in your select.  This is an example from the manual.

SELECT * FROM Person p WHERE p.id NOT IN
(SELECT s.id FROM Student s WHERE Cumulative_Hours = 0)

Regards,
Tom

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