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Help with SQL query

Thread began 12/19/2013 5:53 am by iainmacdonald331081 | Last modified 12/19/2013 8:20 am by Jason Byrnes | 726 views | 2 replies |


Help with SQL query

I have a table structure with queries that work on website, but would like to export some content out directly from the database. (So its a bit more complicated as it doesn't have a revision details page already pulling through a single record's details.

The table structure is:

Table: Revision


1, Delete Museum, 2 etc

Table: Profiles


1, Museums, Places of Interest, 2 etc

Interlinking Table: revisionProfiles


1, 1

What I'm looking for in my query is all the fields from the Revision table plus the Profile field from the Profiles table, e.g.

1, Delete Museum, Museums

WHERE Revision.Status = 2 AND Category_Order = 2

There are a few Profile_Categories but for this category there will only ever be one Profile for any given Revision, e.g. Museums.

I've been playing around with it, but not sure of the syntax as there will be joins, and WHERE criteria from two of the tables involved.

Hope that makes sense.


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Just to say I got it:

FROM revision AS r
JOIN revisionProfiles AS rp
ON rp.RevisionID = r.RevisionID
JOIN profiles AS p
ON p.ProfileID = rp.ProfileID
AND p.Category_Order = 2
WHERE r.Status = 2

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Glad to hear you found the answer.

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