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Hi friends,
I have a MS Access database and i m working on two tables which include the fields Customer name and Booking date from CustomerMaster and PMReg table.
 
I want to display only those customer names who are not in PMReg table.
Note: In both table customer names exists.
 
My query is:
select a.customer from CustomerMaster as c,PMReg as p where a.active=p.active
and a.customer not in (select customer from PMReg)
Posted 22-Dec-12 0:05am
Edited 22-Dec-12 0:23am
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Solution 1

you can not use "not in" for access. but you can use joins and check nulls value.
See more detail from here
 
Finding records that exist in one table but not a query
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Maciej Los at 15-Apr-13 4:44am
   
Good answer, +5!

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