Hi people! So I have a little logic problem that I might just be too tired to think of a solution. So I have 2 tables. Cards card_id, AccessLevel, AccessLevelTmp AccessLevel accessLevel_Id, AccessLevel_Desc I must link the table Cards with AccessLevel and show the description of both AccessLevel and AccessLevelTmp. My problem is, both AccessLevel and AccessLevelTmp can be null in the Cards table and I don't want those lines to come out. So, right now, my select looks like this. but it does return lines where both are null. If I put inner joins, some lines that I want will be skipped. SELECT card.card_id, acle.AccessLevel_Desc, acle2.AccessLevel_Desc FROM Cards card LEFT OUTER JOIN AccessLevel acle ON acle.AccessLevel_Id = card.AccessLevel LEFT OUTER JOIN AccessLevel acle2 ON acle2.AccessLevel_Id = card.AccessLevelTmp So, either only AccessLevel is null either only AccessLevelTmp is null, either both are null. I don't want the lines where both are null, but I want every others. Don't tell me to change how the data is, it is impossible. The hardware need those lines, but I don't want them on the reports. I know there could be plenty of others ways to do it, but I really wonder if it is possible to do it in a SINGLE SELECT STATEMENT. It is the only solution that interests me. Thank you for taking time to read this!