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Message Posted: Mon, 08 Feb 2010 @ 15:44:34 GMT
i have two tables TableA and TableB, on the same server but different databases.
the structure of TableA is as follows,
Customer -- Manager Amr-- bOb Brz-- steve geb-- smith jfk-- ny
The structure of TableB is as follows
Division -- Managerno a123-- u5434 B234-- u5645 g312-- u6786 j765-- u5498
I have to join TableA.Customer on TableB.Division
The customer 'Amr' in TableA is referenced as Division 'a123' in TableB. however there is no table which provides this crosswalk information.
The crosswalk info is as follows,
TableA.Customer -> TableB.Division Amr -> a123 Brz -> B234 geb -> g312 jfk -> j765
my output should be
customer -- manager -- managerno Amr -- bob --u5434 Brz -- Steve -- u5645 geb -- smith -- u6786 jfk -- ny -- u5498
How can we perform this join? Will a case statement be useful? If yes, can someone revert by a sample join statement.
Thanks in Advance,
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