I've found an issue doing a left-outer self-join. I can't get any criteria to work for what should be a simple left join; does anyone have any ideas?
One table, relevant columns are:CID (Number) - ID number to join with other tables (other tables not relevant in this instance, relationship has not been defined in Caspio)VID (Text) - Name of the Vendor usedEndDate (Date/Time) - Date that the relationship with the Vendor endedLet's have 3 people:John Doe - CID 1Billy Bob - CID 2Fat Joe - CID 3Table Enteries are as follows:1, HR, *null*1, Surefire, *null*1, Vantage, *null*2, HR, 01/01/20162, Surefire, 01/01/20163, HR, *null*3, Vantage, *null*Table should join to itself (left outer) with the CID as the relationship join. What I want to see is anyone with a *null* value for the HR end date and their corresponding Surefire information. View should populate as:1, HR, *null*, 1, Surefire, *null*3, HR, *null*, *null*, *null*, *null*I can't get the criteria right to do this. When I restrict the criteria for the self-join to only join if the right table VID entry is "Surefire" it restricts all the results by that field. The view I end up with is:1, HR, *null*, 1, Surefire *null*