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A Wong wrote:
You mean 4 columns from the sells table?


If that's the case then:

SELECT C.id,C.customerdata,S.id,S.LastSoldItem, S.ProductNr, S.ProductPrice, S.LastSellingDate FROM dbo.customer AS C
LEFT OUTER JOIN
(SELECT s1.id,s1.LastSoldItem,s1.ProductNr, s1.ProductPrice, s1
.LastSellingDate FROM dbo.sells s1
where s1.LastSellingDate = (select max(s2.LastSellingDate) from dbo.sells s2 where s1.id = s2.id))
AS S ON C.id=S.id
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