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On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 4:36 AM, Luuk <> wrote:

On 01-01-16 22:08, Paul Steyn wrote:

Hi Don,

You are absolutely right, but the *syntax* is different in LO ....

see link i posted earlier

Still trying to work out the OUTER JOIN syntax apparently.  I tried a
simpler outer join statement:
"tCoreType"."type" "Type", "tCoreCategory"."category" "Category"
FROM {oj "tCoreType" "ctype" LEFT OUTER JOIN "tCoreCategory" "ccat"
  ON "ctype"."type_id" = "ccat"."type_id"}

This gives me the following error:
SQL Status: S0022
Error code: -28

Column not found: tCoreType.type in statement [SELECT "tCoreType"."type"
"Type", "tCoreCategory"."category" "Category" FROM      "tCoreType" "ctype"
LEFT OUTER JOIN "tCoreCategory" "ccat" ON "ctype"."type_id" =
"ccat"."type_id"  ]

The column "type" is most certainly one of the columns in the specified
table.  No matter what order or how I try to enter this, it just comes up
with an error message.  Any ideas?  I really would like to learn how to
make this work.

D.C. Parris, FMP, Linux+, ESL Certificate
Minister, Security/FM Coordinator, Free Software Advocate <>
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