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Table 1

Postcode

Town

Region

7000

Town1

Region1

7000

Town2

Region1

7100

Town3

Region1

7120

Town4

Region2

7121

Town5

Region3

7121

Town6

Region3

 

Table 2

 

ClientID

Postcode

Postcode

1

7000

Town1

2

7000

Town2

3

7121

Town5

4

7121

Town5

5

7100

Town3

6

7101

Town7

 

I want to merge table 2 with table 1 to identify which regions the patients are from through Postcode and Town columns. Please note different towns could have the same postcode. How should I do this?

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Quentin
Super User

It looks like you could use the MERGE statement.  What code have to tried?  Did you get an error, or wrong result?

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