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SQL Table view Left Join itself

Hello All,


I have a SQL Table view which contain the ID, Start Date, Complete Date and Order.

In Order is written the ID of the parent of this entry. If the parent year is different than 2049 then allow the child entry to start.


I want to display to users only the entries that can be done.

I created a Gallery, added the view as source and started filtering it (I use a dipswitch to swap from all to the To Do list), but it doesn't work what I tried since "Start" doesn't record anything:



Filter( AddColumns( MaCStoCSVe
,LookUp( Filter( MaCStoCSVe
,If( SNWCompleted.Value

This is how the query looks like in MSSMS:


declare @ALL bit = 0

select *
from vw_MDBMaCStoCSVe as dt1
left join (select CSID
from vw_MDBMaCStoCSVe as dt1
where SN = 308550
and dt1.TestCatID = 1
and Year(CompletionDate)<>2049)dt2 on DT2.CSID = DT1.CSOrder
where dt1.SN = 308550
and dt1.TestCatID = 1
and (@All=1
Or (@All=0
and (Year(dt1.CompletionDate)=2049)
and (dt2.CSID is not null
Or dt1.CSID = dt1.CSOrder)


Does anyone have a suggestion to make a left join of itself?


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