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Performing an In statement between two datasets


Performing an In statement between two datasets

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rs80
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I have two oledbsources. One oledbsource has the distinct list of product ids (DataSet A) and another oledbsource has all of the order information with product id (DataSet B). How do I get all those orders (DataSet B) that have product ids in DataSet A?
For example:

Dataset A
product id
1
2


Dataset B
order id product id
1 1
2 1
3 1


the result set should be
order id product id (DataSet A)
1 1
2 1
3 1

The Merge join transformation didn't give the desired results.
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rs80 (4/16/2013)
I have two oledbsources. One oledbsource has the distinct list of product ids (DataSet A) and another oledbsource has all of the order information with product id (DataSet B). How do I get all those orders (DataSet B) that have product ids in DataSet A?
For example:

Dataset A
order id product id
1 1
2 1
3 1


Dataset B
product id
1
2

the result set should be
order id product id (DataSet B)
1 1
2 1
3 1

The Merge join transformation didn't give the desired results.



join the two tables on productId?

ps...are you sure your explanation of which data set is which is correct?

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You were right. The datasets were referred incorrectly.

In the merge join transformation, when I do an inner join I only get 1 record back. However, when I do a t-sql query I get all 3 records back.
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rs80 (4/16/2013)
You were right. The datasets were referred incorrectly.

In the merge join transformation, when I do an inner join I only get 1 record back. However, when I do a t-sql query I get all 3 records back.


care to share your code?

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