Hi! I have a question about SQL joins using (+)
If I run a query using a connection to Oracle...
CONNECT TO ORACLE (USER='xxxxx' PASSWORD=xxxx PATH etc);
CREATE TABLE QUERY2 AS
SELECT * FROM CONNECTION TO ORACLE
(SELECT F1,F2,F3 FROM XXX WHERE A=B AND C=D(+))
it works fine
but when I use a LIBNAME to set up the connection and just use a PROC SQL;
it errors on the (+)
DO I have to do the LEFT OUTER JOIN? (Hope not.. the actual query is enormous lol)
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