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SELECT with outer joins - how to?

I need to select from 3 tables A,B and C. It has to be an outer join from table A, i.e. I need ALL records from A.

"A" can have multiple corresponding records in B and we need them all. Entries from B has exactly 1 corresponding record in C.

I have to get data in ONE select statement. Can you help with the syntax?

Example of data:

A: WERKS=1234

B: WERKS=1234, OBJID=100000

B: WERKS=1234, OBJID=100001

B: WERKS=1234, OBJID=100002

C: OBJID=100001, COSTCTR=0023

Thanks a lot.

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 04:38 PM

    Do you really need all records from table A and matching records from table B or just some records from A and matching records from B?

    What tables are you using?


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