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Select query to fetch data based on multiple values from another table

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Hi Guys!

I Need a help

I have table1 and table 2


Field name - abc

Values ak,be,ce,de


Field name - def

Value - aec, def

I want to fetch all the value of TABLE2 (DEF) based on the values of TABLE1(ABC)


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Dedi Metser

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I don't understand the question. Given that you provide the input data, you could indicate the result that you expect.

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Hi Dylan.

you can try something like this:

refresh it_table2.

select * into table it_table2

from table2

for all entries in table1

where abc = table1-def

SELECT table2~def
FROM table1 INNER JOIN table2 ON table1~abc = table2~def
INTO TABLE @DATA(t_result).

But is the above foreign key relation correct?

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FROM table1 INNER JOIN table2 ON table1~abc = table2~abc
" WHERE <some criteria>

If not, please describe the rule that links the fields in both tables.