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SELECT a.ID,a.NAME,a.PARENT_ORG_ID,a.INCHARGE_ID,a.BTA_ID,a.INDEPENDENT,a.TYPE_ID,a.LOCATION,a.DESCRIPTION,a.HIRARCHY_TYPE_ID,a.CANCREATE_BRD,a.CANHAVE_BTA,c.FIELD_NAME as DIVISION,a.HAS_ALLOCATION,a.ORA_ID,d.FIELD_NAME as CAN_BENEFIT,e.FIELD_NAME as IS_RESTRICTED,f.FIELD_NAME as COST_CENTER_ID,b.FIELD_NAME as ACTIVE  FROM ORGANIZATION a,TYPE b,TYPE c,TYPE d,TYPE e,TYPE f where b.ID=a.ACTIVE and c.ID=a.DIVISION and d.ID=a.CAN_BENEFIT and e.ID=a.IS_RESTRICTED and f.ID=a.COST_CENTER_IDhi,i'm using one form to store new organization into organization table.i'm using the following query to retrieve the data in organization table and binding to gridview.SELECT a.ID,a.NAME,a.PARENT_ORG_ID,a.INCHARGE_ID,a.BTA_ID,a.INDEPENDENT,a.TYPE_ID,a.LOCATION,a.DESCRIPTION,a.HIRARCHY_TYPE_ID,a.CANCREATE_BRD,a.CANHAVE_BTA,c.FIELD_NAME as DIVISION,a.HAS_ALLOCATION,a.ORA_ID,d.FIELD_NAME as CAN_BENEFIT,e.FIELD_NAME as IS_RESTRICTED,f.FIELD_NAME as COST_CENTER_ID,b.FIELD_NAME as ACTIVE FROM ORGANIZATION a,TYPE b,TYPE c,TYPE d,TYPE e,TYPE fwhere b.ID=a.ACTIVE and c.ID=a.DIVISION and d.ID=a.CAN_BENEFIT and e.ID=a.IS_RESTRICTED and f.ID=a.COST_CENTER_IDthis query is returning table  when only  the values of the columns which are in where condition are not null.if they are null for any record it's returning empty table.is there any other way to accept the null values also?ca

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