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GeneralRe: How to get the first rows of a relational table (depending of the last date of change) Pin
fracalifa16-Jul-08 4:01
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A Wong16-Jul-08 4:15
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GeneralRe: How to get the first rows of a relational table (depending of the last date of change) Pin
fracalifa16-Jul-08 4:32
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A Wong16-Jul-08 4:41
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GeneralRe: How to get the first rows of a relational table (depending of the last date of change) Pin
fracalifa16-Jul-08 5:10
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A Wong16-Jul-08 5:38
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A Wong16-Jul-08 5:50
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AnswerRe: How to get the first rows of a relational table (depending of the last date of change) Pin
leoinfo16-Jul-08 5:29
leoinfo16-Jul-08 5:29 
You should ALWAYS provide the actual fields for each table to avoid misunderstandings.

This should solve the problem...

;WITH LatestSells AS (
	SELECT s1.* 
	FROM dbo.Sells AS s1
	INNER JOIN (
		SELECT DISTINCT Customer_ID
			, (	SELECT TOP 1 Sell_ID 
				FROM dbo.Sells 
				WHERE Customer_ID = sx.Customer_ID 
				ORDER BY Sell_Date DESC 
			  ) AS Sell_ID
		FROM dbo.Sells AS sx
	) AS s2 ON s1.Customer_ID = s2.Customer_ID AND s1.Sell_ID = s2.Sell_ID
)
SELECT c.*, s.*
FROM  dbo.Customers			AS c
LEFT OUTER JOIN LatestSells AS s
ON c.Customer_ID = s.Customer_ID

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