Return results when JOIN does not exist

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    Duc Ha
    Have you considered the "transaction" operator? Alternatively, If you only deal with 2 states, then this hack might do the trick, assuming the two states have distinctive patterns: .. | parse " * *" as state1,user nodrop | parse " * *" as state2,user | first(state1) as FirstState1,first(state2) as FirstState2 by user | where !isNull(FirstState1) and isNull(FirstState2)
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