AdventureWorks Database: Retrieve name and associated salesorders

SQL Query - AdventureWorks: Exercise-38 with Solution

38. Create a SQL query from the SalesOrderDetail table to retrieve the product name and any associated sales orders. Additionally, it returns any sales orders that don't have any items mentioned in the Product table as well as any products that have sales orders other than those that are listed there. Return product name, salesorderid. Sort the result set on product name column.

Sample table: Production.Product

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Sample table: Sales.SalesOrderDetail

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Sample Solution:

SELECT p.Name, sod.SalesOrderID  
FROM Production.Product AS p  
FULL OUTER JOIN Sales.SalesOrderDetail AS sod  
ON p.ProductID = sod.ProductID  
ORDER BY p.Name ;

Sample Output:

name                            |salesorderid|
Adjustable Race                 |            |
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       73803|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74760|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74086|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74310|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74845|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74580|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74516|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       75123|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74525|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74130|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74960|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74852|
All-Purpose Bike Stand          |       74879|

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