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Incorrect Syntax near LEFT OUTER JOIN

Incorrect Syntax near LEFT OUTER JOIN

Incorrect Syntax near LEFT OUTER JOIN

I have the following query and get the error message of "incorrect syntax near LEFT OUTER JOIN".  Does anyone have a tip to fix this?  Thanks

SELECT OMOrder_All.PrimarySalesRepName,   
         (LineItem_All.InvoicedRollupUnitPrice  - (LineItem_All.InvoicedRollupUnitPrice * LineItem_All.DiscountPct) ) * LineItem_All.InvoicedQty,   
    FROM {oj ExceptionGood LEFT OUTER JOIN LineItem_All ON ExceptionGood.ExceptionGoodID = LineItem_All.ExceptionGoodID LEFT OUTER JOIN Reason ON ExceptionGood.ReasonID = Reason.ReasonID},   
   WHERE ( OMOrder_All.OMID = LineItem_All.OMID ) and  
         ( LineItem_All.InvoiceID = InvoiceInfo.InvoiceID ) and  
         ( ( InvoiceInfo.InvoiceDate between :Start_Date and :End_Date ) )   
  HAVING ( LineItem_All.LineNum like 'FEE%' ) or  
         ( LineItem_All.LineNum like 'RTN%' )   

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