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Diff. b/w Full Outer Join And Cross Join?

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Diff. b/w Full Outer Join And Cross Join?..

Answer / ramesh

Full Outer Join requires a condition and related column in
the table.
Cross Join requires with out condition and no related
columns in the tables.

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Diff. b/w Full Outer Join And Cross Join?..

Answer / saurav kumar

Full outer join will give common + uncommon records from
both the table.
Suppose in TableA I have 5 records and TableB have 6
records. Both the table have 4 common records, means 4
records of TableA is common with TableB.
Then full outer join will give 4(common) + 1 (TableA)+ 2
(TableB) = 7 records.

Whereas Cross Join will give 5(TableA) * 6(TableB) = 30
records, also we can't put 'ON' condition with cross join.

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Diff. b/w Full Outer Join And Cross Join?..

Answer / samba shiva reddy . m

Full Outer join it will take all the records from the both the tables.
Example:
Table1 : emp
______________
empid empname
______________
1 samba
______________
2 Anju
______________
NULL Shiva
______________
5 NULL
______________

Table2 : user

______________
uid uname
______________
1 raju
______________
2 Khan
______________
3 Sripal
______________
4 Sathosh
______________
NULL Srinu
______________
9 NULL
______________

We will write the Full Outer join on both the table

Select * from emp full outer join [user] on emp.empid=[user].uid

the result will be both the tables with NULL vslues

but in the cross join it is bsed on the rows

in the cross join it will give the combination of all rows

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