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Combine Several Select Statements in a SP

Combine Several Select Statements in a SP

Combine Several Select Statements in a SP


I use SAP Crystal Reports and Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.
I have a select1 which retrieve all the jobs, sales
I have another select2 which retrieve only the jobs which have invoices to customs; for taking the invoices to customs, I have to link other tables to the original link; I use a UNION because I have to link purchases invoices and sales invoices.
Job	Sales
J1	100
J2	150
J3	250
J4 	300
J5	200

Job	Sales/Purchases		Customs
J2	150			50
J3	250			80

I have to get the result
Job	Sales/Purchases		Customs
J1	100
J2	150			50
J3	250			80
J4 	300
J5	200

I have no idea how to write a script/stored procedure to accomplish this.
Can you help?

RE: Combine Several Select Statements in a SP


What is the SQL for select1 and select2?

How is Sales different than Sales/purchases?


glassesJust traded in my OLD subtlety...
for a NUance!tongue

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