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  1. You are right, there are multiple records in that select statement. I used IN instead of WHERE, and its working.. Thanks.
  2. I want to perform a join on three tables.Table 1: part_masterColumn: Item, Item_statusTable 2: Order_DetailsColumn: Item, order_num, order_typeTable 3: OrderColumn: order_num, order_typeHere is the cardinality:part_master <--> order_details (1..1)order <--> order_details (1..n)I want to perform a search on order table, to retrieve item_status from part_master. In other word, I want to see item_status, for an order, using order_num as a search criteria.I tries something like this, however, it throws a exception:select part_master.item_status from part_master where item = (select ite
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