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echo Name not ID along with other sql statement.

Thread began 9/19/2011 8:56 am by Jon Cunningham | Last modified 9/20/2011 9:52 am by Jon Cunningham | 732 views | 2 replies

Jon CunninghamBeta Tester

echo Name not ID along with other sql statement.

I have been working on a number of sites trying to get my old head around Sql Statements and have run into a issue when trying to combine some sql statements.

Echoing Name instead of ID i have worked out using the folowing code

SELECT Vehicle.*, manufacturer.VehicleManufacturerName
FROM Vehicle INNER JOIN manufacturer ON Vehicle.VehicleManufacturerID = manufacturer.VehicleManufacturerID
WHERE VehicleID = ParamVehicleID OR ( -1= ParamVehicleID2 AND VehicleID= ParamSessionVehicleID)

and i have worked out how to show 1 vehicle for the Car of the Week using the following statement

FROM vehicle
WHERE vehicle.VehicleCotw = 1
ORDER BY vehicle.VehicletUpdateDate ASC LIMIT 1

Here lies the problem

I have no idea on how to combine these two statments so that

1. shows the Manufacturer name not ID
2. Echos other details such as image price etc.

In a nutshell what i am trying to finish up with is showing 1 "Car of the Week" with image of car, Model of Car, Price of Car and Manufacturer Name.

At the moment i get all of the above except Manufacturer Name shows as ID.

I have attached my page to show what i have got using just the sql statetment

FROM vehicle
WHERE vehicle.VehicleCotw = 1
ORDER BY vehicle.VehicletUpdateDate ASC LIMIT 1

Any help here will be very appreciated.

Kind regards


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