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Using Left outer join and where

Nihal Hussain asked:

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Here i have two tables tblBonusMaster and tblComboDetails


boID Description boBonusMode
---- ----------- -----------
1 200 Daily
2 100 Yearly
3 1000 0
4 150 0


cdClass cdText cdValue
------- ------ -------
BonusMode Daily Daily
BonusMode Weekly Weekly
BonusMode Yearly Yearly

here i want to get all the field values of the first table(ie tblBonusMaster) including the 3rd and 4th row of the tblBonusMaster containing the cdClass (ie Bonus Mode in this case)

below is my query

SELECT tblBonusMaster.*,tblComboDetails.*
from tblBonusMaster
left join tblComboDetails on tblBonusMaster.boBonusMode=tblComboDetails.cdValue
where tblComboDetails.cdClass='Bonus Mode'

using this query Im only getting the 1st and 2nd row of tblBonusMaster. the row containing zero are not getting displayed. How can i get all the rows of the first table
Tags: SQL-Server (SQL-server-2005)


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