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Returns wrong results

Returns wrong results

Returns wrong results


I am having issue getting a result from a couple of tables

The customer ContactAddress as 3 results when I run Select * from CustomerAddress where CustomerID = 2473
The Customer Contact Table as 7 results when I run Select * from CustomerContact where CustomerID = 2473

However when I join them together using the following,I am getting null in the field dbo.CustomerAddress.udfTrexAccountManager. When I run Select * from CustomerAddress where CustomerID = 2473 it shows the right information in the udfTrexAccountManager field. The query below returns 7 names but null for the udfTrexAccountManager field. I have ried all joins but cannot get it working, any ideas please. Thanks

CODE --> sql

SELECT        dbo.CustomerContact.CustomerID, dbo.CustomerContact.Name, dbo.CustomerAddress.udfTrexAccountManager
FROM            dbo.CustomerAddress FULL OUTER JOIN
                         dbo.CustomerContact ON dbo.CustomerAddress.CustomerAddressID = dbo.CustomerContact.AddressID
WHERE        (dbo.CustomerContact.CustomerID = 2473) 

RE: Returns wrong results

It is ok thanks, I found the issue, it had more that one key I could link in.

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