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How to create an SQL SELECT Statement?

Thread began 8/08/2012 11:37 am by joerg431091 | Last modified 8/08/2012 11:47 am by Jason Byrnes | 294 views | 1 replies |


How to create an SQL SELECT Statement?

This is probably a rather stupid (or at least very basic) question.

However, we are trying to integrate our e-cart store with our bookkeeping system and the developer that helps us in this regards ask us to send him the SQL SELECT Statement so he nows the database commands that tells him what data to send to him. He has access to the database but mentioned that he is not able to do this since they do not know the DB and what data to get nor the relationship between tables etc.

Any advise about how I can provide the SQL SELECT statement so they could continue is very much appreciated.

Thanks a lot and best regards,


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

i think the developer is asking something different than an SQL Select statement, if he has access to the database already, he can easily create a select statement as:

SELECT * FROM tableName

I'm a little confused actually in regards to what he does want. you say he has access to the database already, with that access he should be able to examine the tables in the database, and create any SQL queries he needs.

are you using the eCommerce database?

there is a screen shot on that page that shows the relationship diagram, is that what he wants?

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