Sql Help

Hi Everyone,

I have a simple question regarding outer join.

Please see the attached word file. It has screen shots of the query I am running. My first query shows the result where i have M.ReservationID = MA.MeetingID and it counts NoofRSVP (# of times the query runs). I have to modify first query in such a way that it returns records from eCDReservations table even if there is no matching MeetingID in MeetingAttendees table (means Null, see the result of 2nd query in attached file). So in my result for that case NoofRSVP column should show either Null or 0.

Posted On: Wednesday 7th of November 2012 02:10:47 PM Total Views:  324
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