Note: #Deleted reflects that a payment has not been made.

SELECT RECORDS.ID AS [Record ID], Installment.PledgeId AS [Pledge ID], Installment.Amount AS [Installment Amount Due], Installment.Dte AS [Installment Date Due], InstallmentPayment.Amount AS [Installment Payment]

FROM RECORDS
INNER JOIN CONSTIT_GIFTS ON RECORDS.ID = CONSTIT_GIFTS.CONSTIT_ID
INNER JOIN GIFT ON CONSTIT_GIFTS.GIFT_ID = GIFT.ID
INNER JOIN Installment ON GIFT.ID = Installment.PledgeId
LEFT JOIN InstallmentPayment ON Installment.InstallmentId = InstallmentPayment.InstallmentId

WHERE RECORDS.ID=280

ORDER BY Installment.PledgeID

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