SQL Server :: Double Check Narly Select / Keep Gettin A Syntax Error?

Jan 23, 2011

I have written this narly Select Statement for my site, this is for the data in my control panel, I did it this way to have only one access instead of six I currently have, but I keep gettin a syntax error near'customer_data'

I have tried several things, but I still get the error, could someone check for me please


As you can see I have aliased customer_data as CD

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