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newbies - how to joint two table's together?

newbies - how to joint two table's together?

newbies - how to joint two table's together?

Newbies to webfocus. I need to joint two table together.

Table 1

K  05  key-01  
k  05  key-02
k  05  key-03
   05  data-01
   05  data-02
   05  data-03
   05  data-04

Table 2
K  05  t2-key-01
K  05  t2-key-02
k  05  t2-key-03
k  05  t2-key-04
k  05  t2-key-05
   05  t2-data-01
   05  t2-data-02
   05  t2-data-03

joint condition:
key-01 = t2-key-01
key-02 = t2-key-03
data-02 = t2-key-05
t2-key-02 = 'C'
t2-key-04 = 'SR'

so I can get a report like

K  05  key-01  
k  05  key-02
k  05  key-03
   05  data-01
   05  data-02
   05  t2-data-02


RE: newbies - how to joint two table's together?

What type of files are these? If relational, then you can do a multi-field JOIN. OTW, there are other things to do.

RE: newbies - how to joint two table's together?

Thanks. I think I got it work.

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