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Full Outer Join

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Full Outer Join - The full outer join combines the functions of both the left outer join and the right outer join retaining the unmatched record from both. Any time a record has no match in the other table, the selected fields from the other table contain null values. Records resulting from a match between the tables, contain data values from both base tables.

Source: Northwest Database Services, 09 November 2009 08:45:35, External





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