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I am trying to do a SQL passthru with a left outer join. Webfocus does not seem to like the (+) after the option file in the where statement. Can anyone help me with the correct syntax.

Thanks!!

Diane

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Diane - We have done plenty of OJs on our end in DB2 without issues. It would be more helpful if you can post your SQL and the error notes.

While at it, please also update your profile to identify your platform, db etc. The error/fix may be specific to your particular setup.


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