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Problem with my join query

Thread began 6/03/2013 9:31 pm by blakebenjamin327842 | Last modified 6/06/2013 11:27 am by blakebenjamin327842 | 3033 views | 26 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

YEeah, so like i said, there is already the WADAproduct recordset on this page. and that recordset is already set to filter the product.ProductID on the URL variable that is passed in.

instead of creating a second recordset, just edit the existing one to add your join.

in the server behaviors panel, double click the WADAproduct recordset to edit it, In Advanced mode, change it from:

SELECT * FROM product WHERE ProductID = colname

to:
SELECT product.*, quality.QualityName FROM product INNER JOIN quality ON product.QualityID=quality.QualityID WHERE ProductID = colname


Notice that colname used in the WHERE is a variable defined as:
Name: colname
TYPE: Integer
Default Value: -1
Runtime value: $_GET['ProductID']

the $_GET['ProductID'] URL variable tells the details page which product to load

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