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query for item #, lot #, exp. date, specific vendor

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Hey hey,

Is there a way to build a query that shows all of these fields?

Below is what I have:

SELECT DISTINCT T0."ItemCode", T0."itemName", T0."DistNumber" as "SynergyLabs Lot #", T0."MnfSerial" as "Vendor Lot #", T0."ExpDate"

FROM OBTN T0 INNER JOIN OITM T1 ON T0."ItemCode" = T1."ItemCode" INNER JOIN ITL1 T2 ON T1."ItemCode" = T2."ItemCode"

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