We have a database with multiple tables and we need a query to be able to analyze them in a particular way. The relevant tables are: Cases, Parties, Link - Parties-Amounts, Amounts The Link table is to create a many-to-many relationship between Parties and Amounts. A party can have a type of either "P", "D", or "N", and we need a query setup to view the following: Each party with a type "D" that has a corresponding party with a type "N" with the same address, and the [url removed, login to view] associated with the "N" party through the Link table. Is this possible, or do we need the parties of "D" and "N" in seperate tables for this to be possible?
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