Before Oracle 10g, the only way to perform a full outer join was to use two queries -- one that does a right outer...
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join and the other that does a left outer join. And then use the UNION or UNION ALL operator between the two result sets to combine them into a full outer join.
Oracle 10g introduced the the ANSI-compliant FULL OUTER JOIN clause which makes the above unnecessary.
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