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Left Outer Join

I am always use the *= syntax for outer joins in sqlserver 2000, but I heard it's unsupported in 2005. May I know how to convert below statement in order make it workable when run in sqlserver 2005? Please advise. THANK YOU.

 Select M.ClmNoKey, C.CaseNoKey, M.VehNo, M.LsDt, C.ClmTypeCd, Ins, TPIns, TPBIInjured, 
     RA + AdjRA + SolRA + InvRA + SpcRA + RibRA As GrossRA,
         ISNULL(ActID, '') AS ActID, ISNULL(ActName, '') As ActName, ClmCaseStatusCd, C.COUserCd
 Into #Temp
 From CMast, MCMast M, MCMastCase C, uWorkItemAttrib W, MCGblRpd
 Where CMast.ClmNoKey = M.ClmNoKey
 And M.ClmNoKey = C.ClmNoKey
 And C.ClmNoKey *= W.FileRefNo
 And C.CaseNoKey *= W.CaseNo
 And W.PayNo IS NULL
 And C.COUserCd = @ExaminerName
 And C.ClmTypeCd = @ClmTypeCd
 And C.ClmNoKey = MCGblRpd.ClmNoKey 
 And C.CaseNoKey = MCGblRpd.CaseNoKey 
 And StartDt Between @FromDt And @ToDt
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 Select M.ClmNoKey, C.CaseNoKey, M.VehNo, M.LsDt, C.ClmTypeCd, Ins, TPIns, TPBIInjured, 
     RA + AdjRA + SolRA + InvRA + SpcRA + RibRA As GrossRA,
         ISNULL(ActID, '') AS ActID, ISNULL(ActName, '') As ActName, ClmCaseStatusCd, C.COUserCd
 Into #Temp
 From CMast INNER JOIN 
      MCMast M ON CMast.ClmNoKey = M.ClmNoKey INNER JOIN
      MCMastCase C ON M.ClmNoKey = C.ClmNoKey INNER JOIN
      MCGblRpd ON C.ClmNoKey = MCGblRpd.ClmNoKey AND C.CaseNoKey = MCGblRpd.CaseNoKey LEFT OUTER JOIN
      uWorkItemAttrib W ON C.ClmNoKey = W.FileRefNo AND C.CaseNoKey = W.CaseNo
 WHERE W.PayNo IS NULL
 And C.COUserCd = @ExaminerName
 And C.ClmTypeCd = @ClmTypeCd
 And StartDt Between @FromDt And @ToDt
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answered Jul 28, 2010 at 03:09 AM

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