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In the following SQL statement, what does the < > operators do?

MySQL Workbench nor KACE likes these characters used around <CHANGE_ID>.  I got the code for this ticket rule from several different ITNinja articles for a submitter response custom ticket rule, but why doesn't it work for me?

LEFT JOIN HD_TICKET_CHANGE ON HD_TICKET_CHANGE.ID = <CHANGE_ID>


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  • Thx so much Nico_K. I'm somewhat of a newbie with SQL and my thoughts were leaning that way, but needed validation. - kgilbert 3 years ago

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Posted by: Nico_K 3 years ago
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<CHANGE_ID> needs to be replaced by the ID you want to use. Take this as a variable.

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