On Wed 05-May-2011 05:10 , Mant, Phil wrote:
Thanks Sam, I changed the code to this and now it works!

Works as in "functions correctly", or as in "no longer gives the error, therefore output is generated"? I am not sure the rewritten query is "the same" as how the previous release would have treated the query. Seems to me there was an INNER join implicit in the original query, but the rewritten query now has two LEFT joins.? Of course depending on the data or other factors affecting the data [e.g. ensured unique data and\or matching on joined data], both queries could produce the same results... either consistently or just when the data meets the requirements to effect that.


Regards, Chuck

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