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Posted by: vissu pangam
Date: January 06, 2015 01:25AM

Hi All,

I have a table pa_master_details and lov_details.

In the pa_master_details table, I have role_comp_emp_final_rating and role_comp_lm_final_rating columns.

In the lov_details table I have a column rating lov_value and lov_text_en.

I need to join role_comp_emp_final_rating with the lov_value column to get lov_text_en Based on this lov_value, I need to show lov_text_en from the lov_details table.

So I wrote a query like this and am getting the result for emp rating:

SELECT p.employee_number,
FROM pa_master_details P, lov_details L
WHERE p.role_comp_emp_final_rating = l.lov_value
AND p.employee_number = 34570
Similarly, I need to show lov_text_en for role_comp_lm_final_rating from the lov_details table by joining role_comp_lm_final_rating with lov_value in the same query.

How do I do it?

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