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UNION ALL between Two CTEs

, 31 Aug 2010 CPOL
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The same thing can be done with even less SQL.WITH CTE AS( SELECT * from TableA UNION ALL Select * from TableB)select * from CTE
The same thing can be done with even less SQL.
 
WITH CTE AS
( 
  SELECT * from TableA
  UNION ALL
  Select * from TableB
)
select * from CTE

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GeneralI know that it can be done that way. but intention of my tri... PinmemberHiren Solanki31-Aug-10 21:23 

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