I have two identical Access tables, for example tbl Data Yesterday and tbl Data Today. It is based on data changes at the field level and not the record level. HTH No, I'm sorry, it is not a regular outer join query that I need.
The data from tbl Data Today has updated data changes in it that are different from tbl Data Yesterday. I want to compare the two tables and display in a query the differences between the data from both tables. For example, in tbl Data Yesterday a field called Part Number may be 1234 and in tbl Data Today the field Part Number has been changed to 5678. It is based on data changes at the field level and not the record level.
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You may access information based upon the role you hold.
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For example, in tbl Data Yesterday a field called Part Number may be 1234 and in tbl Data Today the field Part Number has been changed to 5678. I am sorry, the example based on a join, in the article, uses an inner join, not an outer join and it was meant to provide a general approach to a solution for your problem. If the number of fields is small, you could do this manually.
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