An SQL join clause combines records from two or more tables or views.

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mysql join not working as expected

i want to select schedule of specific teacher for a given day .... statement should assume that a teacher may teach in elementary and high school here is my statement `select class.name as ...
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Query optimization for multiple joins postgres

ER Diagram Brief description The database to be used is postgres. The database might contain upto 2 million AccountHolder records. Since the AccountHolder table is accessed and updated frequently ...
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Updating MySQL innodb table based on multiple joins

I have a table with the following (slightly simplified) structure CREATE TABLE `oak_relation` ( `o_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL, `k_id` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL, `initial` float unsigned NOT ...
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MySQL improve query syntax

I have this simple MySQL query: SELECT * FROM table1 INNER JOIN table2 ON table2.col = table1.id WHERE table1.id = '123' id is the primary key in table1. table2 has composite primary key of two ...
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Join does not not use index in PostgreSQL?

I have a statement that selects from two tables news and status. It seems that the index on the column status of the table news is not used. This table has about 70.000 rows and the query costs too ...
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Equality in JOIN or WHERE clause? Efficiency and style

Of the two queries below, which is the most efficient for postgresql? And which has better style in terms of readability, etc. The difference is the placement of the statement doctor.type != ...
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“DISTINCT” JOIN in mySQL [duplicate]

+----+-------------+-----------+---------+ | id | login_ip | hostname | user_id | +----+-------------+-----------+---------+ | 1 | 192.168.0.4 | 'host 1' | 1 | | 2 | 192.168.0.4 | 'host ...
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Best way of finding rows referencing a given id on PostgreSQL

I'm trying to find if there would be anything violating the foreign key constraint when deleting a row, to check if I can delete it or not (can't use ON DELETE CASCADE) For that, I have a piece of ...
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Large Data Long Query A Lot of Joins horibble performance

I have 3 Tables Person, Family, City Person Table (6 Million Rows) id (primary key auto_increment unsigned) family_id (index) city_id (index) full_name first_name (index) last_name (index) ...
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Stacked Left Joins or Left Join inside a Subquery?

OK, this is a fun one. Designing a database for a gaming system. I have 3 tables that are relevant for the query I'm trying to work on right now. character_skill_log with the relevant fields of id, ...
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Self Join? Or am I wrong?

We have a table that we use to store customers and items. We need to be able to find customers that have bought one item and have not bought another item: customer item Sally 1 Sally ...
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Receiving duplicate results in one condition of JOINED query

I always end up here when Googling for solutions, so I thought I'd cut out the middleman since I'm unable to fix this via searching/forums. It's my first time posting, so please forgive any faux pas ...
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Group_by and having vs Joins when table is self joined 5-6 times

Now the situation due to which this question came to me. Schema is Table User_Read_Book user_id | book_id Now I want to get users who have read certain books. Say give me users who ...
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Merging tables, but ignoring duplicate columns

I have two tables I want to merge: city1(id, city, state, zip, lat, lon, county) city2(id, city, state) The tables contain overlapping city and state, but not primary keys. I can't figure out how ...
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Help on MySQL joins

I'm building a system to monitor currency prices. Part of my database structure looks like this: My system is trying to pull the api ticker for each exchange with this query: SELECT distinct ...
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Left outer join not returning all columns in a grouping query

I'm trying to query all users to find the price of orders in the last month. I'm doing this on postgresql. Here's a toy database to show my problem: I have a 'people' table and a 'orders' table. I'm ...
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How to join by most recent preceding date?

Imagine I have a database with historic price data and a second table with dates Item | Price | Date Customer | Item | date ------------------------- --------------------------- ...
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Select Information from All Tables [closed]

EER Diagram Question List the customer number, customer name (first and last), order number, order date, employee number, employee name (first and last), product number, product name, and order ...
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(How) can I return the most specific row on a join?

I'm trying to work out a query that can parse through a table of prices (and exceptions to those prices) to yield the applicable price for a product, ideally using a join. I'm on PostgreSQL. For ...
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Help with optimising a sql query on two partitioned tables

I have a SQL query that I am running on two very large tables in SQL Server 2012 Enterprise The two tables are ACKs and Logs. Both are partitioned on their time by day column with the appropriate ...
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PostgreSQL SELECT and JOIN question [duplicate]

Trying to fix the previous post text formatting issue there was and I did not recognize: I'm using PostgreSQL under ubuntu 14.04. I have two tables as below: create table material_base_name ( ...
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SQL JOIN excluding duplicate

I'm using PostgreSQL under ubuntu 14.04. I have two tables as below: create table material_base_name ( id bigserial, base_name varchar(50), constraint pk_materials_base_name primary key (id) ); ...
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Matching single column against multiple values without self-joining table in MySQL

We have a table that we use to store answers to questions. We need to be able to find users that have certain answers to particular questions. So, if our table consists of the following data: user_id ...
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Handle a Search on 2 Big Tables

Hello i want to realize a exchange system with 2 tables. 1 Table for "the user is looking for" 1 Table for "the user has to share" the Tables are very simple id bigint user_id bigint object_id ...
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MYSQL Tables Join Filtering For Favorites

I am in need of some help figuring out the best way to join separate tables I am using. I am essentially trying to output a list of schools (first table in MYSQL) where one column is an empty star ...
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Select multiple columns in subquery

I am having trouble selecting all columns in a sub query and can't seem to get anywhere with joining for replacement. My Table Data is: CREATE TABLE `w7nwd_com_mtapp_product_engine` ( `id` ...
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Joining a column from another table with InnoDB engine

I'm using MySQL with InnoDB and I want to join the location column from products table into a productStock table. I have this table 'products' mysql> select * from products; ...
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Speed up a MySQL BETWEEN query

SELECT dateToFind FROM table1 INNER JOIN table2 ON dateToFind BETWEEN dateFrom AND dateTo I need to improve the performance of this kind of query. I added BTREE indexes on dateToFind, dateFrom, ...
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Subquery or multiple left joins, or both?

I have two tables, for simplicity table1, with id as Primary key, and a field name, and table2 with the same. Each table has quite a few records, but during a complicated form process, the user is ...
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Combine two queries from 1 table, 1 to Many

I have the following queries select o.increment_id, o.customer_id, round(o.base_grand_total * o.base_to_global_rate,2) as revGBP, DATE_FORMAT(o.created_at, '01/%m/%Y') as 'MonthofOrder', from ...
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Alternatives for a LEFT OUTER JOIN query

Problem I have a SQL statement with an LEFT OUTER JOIN which works fine on our Microsoft SQL Server. My problem is that i have to be compatible with H2 Database and this one got a bug with OUTER ...
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How to optimize a very slow query with joins and group by?

I have this GTFS database : All the ***_id columns are indexed, and there are foreign keys between tables (such as a FK on trips.route_id to routes.route_id). So basically the link between a stop ...
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How to use join with this query? [closed]

This query is working fine, and giving the right result. In this query all columns are in one table, but now I have made some changes. Now columns named Semester and Major are in different Table ...
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SELECT count vs DELETE JOIN. Why/how are they different?

Can someone explain in what way these queries could be different and the results are not the same? > begin; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.01 sec) >select count(*) from tableA a JOIN tableB ...
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How to join 2 tables and traverse up hierarchy at the same time

Any help that can be given on a current problem I'm having in an Oracle environment would be greatly appreciated. I have 2 tables. One contains jobs to be performed on pieces of equipment, the other ...
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CROSS APPLY versus INNER JOIN

I was reading a lot about CROSS APPLY versus INNER JOIN recently. I tried writing some queries and they both work in a similar fashion, the execution plan seems to be same as well. Maybe someone ...
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Selecting most recent date when dates are stored in another table

Working in a MySQL database, I have tables set up like this: Table song_instances has song_id (int), meeting_instance_id (int) The meeting_instances table has columns meeting_instance_id (int), ...
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How are derived table implemented in MySQL

When MySQL makes a derived table as a result of SELECT (SELECT ...) etc or SELECT * FROM a JOIN (SELECT * from B) etc or SELECT * FROM (SELECT ...) Are these derived temporary tables created ...
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Packet and N-SubPacket Msql query ( same as catgeory and N sub catgeory )

First of i am PHP Developer , and working on huge project alone .i think i have made many mistake in creating table. and below is one of those. I am making packet type system when in my Packet Table ...
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Optimizing multiple MySQL sub-queries and joins for multiple runs

The query (below) that's running is taking ~0.6 sec which normally would be fine but it gets run almost 1300 times for different custids. How can I make it run faster? Setup: Mac OS X 10.7.5 MySQL ...
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How to JOIN more than two tables?

Following is the schema of my Tables: Marks_Table (SubjectCode,TypeID,MarksObtd) Subjects_Table (SubjectCode, Subject) Types_Table (TypeID, Type) I want to Select the Marks_Table table with ...
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Drastic change in query speed when changing from Oracle 9i to ANSI outer join syntax

I am working on simplifying a query originally written for Oracle 9i. In the process I changed the join syntax from the Oracle 9i syntax to ANSI. The names of the tables and columns have been changed ...
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Select all rows with multiple conditions in another table

Here is my simplified database scheme -- ----------------------------------------------------- -- Table `products` -- ----------------------------------------------------- CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS ...
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SQLITE table joining with group

MESSAGE TABLE USERS msg_id | msg_to | msg_from | msg_body | msg_date user_id | user_name 1 1 2 hi 22/1/14 ...
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JOIN on variable number of columns

I have the two tables courses AND something_about_courses: courses course_code course_session course_type something_about_courses course_code course_session some_description To ensure that I ...
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Join tables in two databases make query slow? is better to partition db?

I have a table1 in db1 and table2 in db2 on SQL Server 2008 R2. If I make a select query joining both tables, it's really slow to get the results. A simple query like SELECT * FROM db1.dbo.table1 ...
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Pivoting some row data into columns (SQL Server 2008 R2)

Sorry if this has been answered before but I'm exhausted and on a time line. Maybe I'm just an idiot. I'm designing a data export from One application to import into another. Full-Disclosure: I did ...
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queries for hierarchical data

This table is a questions and answers CMS and i want to know how data is fetched from these tables. +------+----------+-------+ | id | parentid | type | +------+----------+-------+ | 1 | 0 ...
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JOIN on 3 tables being slow

everyone. Can't figure out what indices are missing or how to rephrase my query. I created about a milllion of test entries in each table to see performance. Query takes about 1.5 seconds which is ...
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How to JOIN two table to get missing rows in the second table

In a simple voting system as CREATE TABLE elections ( election_id int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, title varchar(255), CREATE TABLE votes ( election_id int(11), user_id int(11), FOREIGN KEYs for ...