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How to use LEFT OUTER JOIN to get only one matching row from second table in Open SQL ?

Hi ,

For example i am using EKKO table Left Outer Join EKPO but based on multiple entries in EKPO, i am getting multiple items.

I only need to return one matching row from second table that is EKPO.

How will i achieve this in Open SQL

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  • There are 0 to any number of lines in EKPO for each line in EKKO. If you want to output only one line of EKPO, what is the selection criteria to choose between those possible lines of EKPO? (If you answer "any line", please tell us why do you want something random?)

    Please provide your code, that will certainly help us understand.

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2020 at 12:03 PM

    Hello Nida Khan

    Use SELECT SINGLE or UP TO n ROWS.

    Kind regards,
    Mateusz
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