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Dynamic Data Assist Table Join

Thread began 5/19/2010 3:43 pm by mr hankey | Last modified 5/22/2010 2:20 am by mr hankey | 1696 views | 7 replies

mr hankey

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  See the following web page for a complete explanation and definition of the different join types:

when you create a join the comparison has a table on the left and a table on the right:
INNER JOIN LeftTBL.IdColumn ON RightTBL.IDColumn

Whether to use a Right or left join depends on the table on the right or left, the data in each of those tables and the expected results.  

thanks jason, i will have a loot at this. i have tried to understand by reading around before.

i take it the left table is the one you declare first in the query?

also how would you create multiple joins? so say i wanted to join my insurance table to clients and clients with users table so i could filter by userid?

thanks jason

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