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Posted Monday, August 27, 2012 2:28 AM
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Hi,
I have one problem to join two views in one.
I have two views which have some fields same and some different.
I want to join these views in one. But I don't know how because they are not linked over some field.
Some field are the same(and coming from same tables on sql) but some are different.
And I want to but everything in one table.
In attachment are results form view1 and view2 and data views code.
I did mark with yellow fields which are same in both views.

Please help





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view1.xlsx (6 views, 18.30 KB)
view2.xlsx (4 views, 21.78 KB)
sql data views.docx (9 views, 16.58 KB)
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Posted Monday, August 27, 2012 2:43 AM
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Hi,
I did add in attachment overlap of two views:
yelow -exist in both views
Thanks


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Posted Monday, August 27, 2012 8:09 AM


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Hi,
I did add in attachment overlap of two views:
yelow -exist in both views
Thanks


Nobody is going to be able to provide much assistance from what you have posted. We would need to see ddl (create table statements), sample data (insert statements), desired output based on your sample data. Please see the first link in my signature.

Also, you will have much better luck if you post your code directly using the IFCode shortcuts (on the left when posting) instead of attaching MS-Office documents.


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Posted Tuesday, August 28, 2012 6:12 AM
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Hi,
thanks on advice for future problems.
I did solve problem with UNION ALL statement.
Before that I did equalize fields in both views.
So for example: if I have in view1 filed speed_of_line and I don't have it in view2, I should add it in view2 as dump filed with value zero (select .... ,0 as speed_of_line,).
So on the end in both views I have same number, type and name of filed so on the end I can make UNION ALL.
Thanks
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