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

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What is the correct way of filtering a property by multiple features?

Having the following tables: Property Feature PropertyHasFeature (property_id, feature_id) What is the right way to search properties by specifying multiple features? I want to list all ...
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Low-level relational operators from SQL

I have been asked to outline the sequence of commands using low-level operators (join/project/select) that are used in the following SQL statement; SELECT d.name, k.city FROM DOG d, KENNEL k WHERE ...
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SELECT, PROJECT, CARTESIAN PRODUCT and JOIN

I have the following tables; DOG +----------------------------------------------+ | Name Type Age Kennel_name Owner_name | +----------------------------------------------+ ...
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limiting rows in joins

So I have this problem with one of my queries. The query is meant to get data from table patients and join the table patient_nurse, then table nurses to it. The patients table is as follows id | ...
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MySQL: LEFT OUTER JOIN within reason

What I'm attempting to do is LEFT OUTER JOIN a table, but I only want the last inserted record of the joined table to affect the results. Currently each table row within the joined table seems to be ...
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mysql directory grow to 246G after one query, which failed due to table is full

I was trying to run the following statement with the hope to create a join of two existing tables. create table CRS_PAIR select concat_ws(',', a.TESTING_ID, b.TRAINING_ID, a.TESTING_C) as k, ...
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Innodb buffer pool and multiple joins

assume we have 1 Billion records and want to store them in One or Three tables by post_type. post_id -> primary key post_type -> ( page, group, user ) user_id -> index date -> ...
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MySQL: NOT EXISTS vs LEFT OUTER JOIN…IS NULL

Is NOT EXISTS or LEFT OUTER JOIN...IS NULL more efficient for finding records in one table that aren't in another? Specifically, I'm trying to figure out which of the two queries below is better: ...
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How to SUM previous sum, e.g N = (N-1) + (N-2) + … + 1?

I have a table name "TABLE_A (id integer, no integer)" . I want to sum "no" with group by "id" and current "sum of no" = previous "sum of no" Here is my code : 1/ Create table & insert data: ...
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Self-join unique pairs

I have a table (players) containing a list of players, I would like to pair up these players in a unique way, so that every player's opponent is unique every round (ie. every time the SELECT query is ...
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Can someone explain why left joining two views in mysql is so slow?

Here is a question I asked yesterday - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22180727/left-joining-two-views-is-slow. I got a good answer that helped me but I don't understand why the LEFT JOIN is so ...
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Update only the oldest entry in a table with foreign key criteria

I'm working on a forum website. What I am trying to do is updating the thread Title and Content (first post), which resides in different tables - "Threads" and "Posts". "Threads" "Posts" I'm ...
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Nesting inner to sum inner query's result

Suppose I have a query select a,b from xyz The result would be: a        b m1     10 m2     20 m3     30 Can I somehow ...
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25M x 25M inner join (postgresql) performance

I have a one time need to do an inner join of 25M rows on 25M rows. The box is a Alienware area 51, 4 cores 25GB memory and SATA drive (non system disk). So far it has taken 22 hours. I did btree ...
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Selecting posts, user details and votes from 3 SQL tables

I have a user table with id, username, email etc.. post table with id, uid (user id), content etc and vote table with id, uid, pid (post id), vote (ENUM : '1' and '-1'). In the vote column of Vote ...
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Select * on inner join with common columns

I have 3 tables (mysql db) on which I want to do an inner join. The problem is that these tables have common columns. I know I could use aliases to differentiate them (select A.x as Ax, B.x as Bx, C.c ...
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Can't get rid of “temporary; Using filesort”

I can't get rid-off "temporary; Using filesort" when ordering columns from the second table explain SELECT * FROM post JOIN post_plus ON post_plus.news_id = post.id ...
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USING to join multiple tables with same field

I have 4 tables, each with a common field QuestionnaireId. I am wondering if there is any difference in output or performance difference between using USING on the field in each join or by specifying ...
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Should I nest dependent outer joins in SQL Server?

I have heard mixed information on this and am hoping for a canonical or expert opinion. If I have multiple LEFT OUTER JOINs , each dependent on the last, is it better to nest them? For a contrived ...
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Ask about Inner Join & Union

i want to ask about my script this is doesn't work. i need to help ! SELECT A.*,B.mat_nama,C.mats_nama FROM pengeluaran AS A INNER JOIN(material AS B) ON(A.mat_id = B.mat_id) INNER JOIN(mat_satuan ...
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MySQL - query join returning zero recs from table with data

I've provided a file that has the table structure and some sample data that I'm working with. I don't understand why I'm getting nulls from a joined table, where there is data. Here's my query ...
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Equivalent of old style join with new style

Can someone please help me write the following join expression in new style: Select tb1.col1,tb2.col2 from table1 tb1, table2 tb2 where tb1.col1>=tb2.col2 I know that the equivalent of ...
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Which is better? A join or a SELECT IN? [closed]

I have a set of ids that I extract using a join of 2 tables. Now I need some information from 2 other tables. What would normally be the best approach? So a SELECT IN using the set of ids I already ...
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SQL Update column with data from another table

I am working on complicated problem, but I will simplify it to this problem. I have two tables A [ID, column1, column2, column3] B [ID, column1, column2, column3, column4] and i want to update ...
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Alternatives for subquery

There are three tables: product_hits, products, and product_subcategory_map. I want to count the number of product_hits and for each product. There could be more than one subcategory in the ...
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MySQL: join query

I've got the following two tables: mysql> DESC domains; +-----------------+--------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | Field | Type | Null | Key | Default | Extra ...
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Select Foo object without any specific Bar events

Consider two tables: Foo: id INT, name VARCHAR Bar: id INT, foo_id INT REFERENCES Foo(id), event_type VARCHAR DEFAULT NULL, event_duration INT DEFAULT NULL Each Foo item can have ...
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cross database way to force join strategies

[how to enforce the query to use certain join algorithm] Knowing that there are several joining algorithms [Nested Loop; Sort Merge; Hash Join], when implementing a query , is there any technique to ...
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postgres filtering select based on combination of joins

I am having trouble filtering a request that depends on a combination of child elements (one-to-many relationship) Please consider the following example. CREATE TABLE sample_container ( id serial ...
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Why does subquery use parallelism and join doesn't?

Why does SQL server use parallelism when running this query which uses a subquery but it doesn't when using a join? The join version runs in serial and takes around 30 times longer to complete. Join ...
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Would it be better to do a sepparate query instead of a left JOIN?

Only a couple of rows is returned when not using LEFT since there isn't always data in the associated table - recipe_preparation. This is one of a couple of tables with the same "issue". SELECT r.id, ...
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Can I provide a default for a left outer join?

Suppose I have tables a (with column a1) and b (with columns b1 and b2) and I perform a left outer join SELECT * FROM a LEFT OUTER JOIN b ON a.a1 = b.b1 Then b1 and b2 will be NULL where a value of ...
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Alternative to TEMPORARY tables capable of re-opening in a query?

I use TEMPORARY table for calculation of temporary data, but TEMPORARY tables in mysql has a big limitation, which made it useless for me. A table cannot be re-opened in a query. This mean I cannot ...
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Is my JOIN syntax not valid? And have I understood JOIN correctly?

I've been reading up a bit regarding JOINs. And i just noticed that I've been writing the syntax a little bit different. Although I don't think there's any problem with it, I would like to hear your ...
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How to perform a multiplication by a different select query

Hope my question is accepted here and I haven't made a mess out of renaming the tables and columns so you can understand what I need! :) Query A: DECLARE @var VARCHAR(7) SET @var = 'xtpo' SELECT ...
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Full Outer Join in MS Access

I have two staff lists: List A: StaffID Supervisor ==================== 0001234 NULL 0001235 0001234 0001237 0001234 0001239 0001237 and List B: StaffID Supervisor ...
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UPDATE a column by COUNT of another table

It might be a naive question, but what is the difference of these two queries and which is preferred? UPDATE table1, (SELECT id,COUNT(*) idcount FROM table2 GROUP BY id) AS B SET table1.Freq = ...
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Get all items from list table which don't have a successful log entry for 'sent' in log table

How might one retrieve items that when joined either don't have a specific field (sent), or if they do have that field (sent) then they have an additional field (failure_reason) as well for every sent ...
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Clustered Index / Index Oriented Table performance in join, worse than nonclustered?

Can a clustered index (or IOT in Oracle) be detrimental, when to be used on a very "broad" table, but only few columns are used? In this case, the "Product" table is used only like a junction table ...
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Full outer join does not work for two small tables, error 1064

folks. I am currently exploring the capabilities of MySQL while doing simple exercises with diverse queries. I was reading the following article that explains how table JOIN works: ...
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Estimating a Size of Joining a Relation with itself

I'm studying size estimation of logical query plans in order to select a physical query plan. I was wondering what is the size of joining (natural join) a relation to itself? e.g R(a,b) JOIN R(a,b)
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Formulating a Join Query for PostqreSQL

I have a quick question, if someone can help, I would be grateful I have the following tables User, Video, User_video user has userdetails (user_id, name, email) video has videoDetails ...
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Using OFFSET in a large table by a simple sub-query

The slow performance for using OFFSET in large table has been widely discussed in various blogs, and the most efficient way is to use an INNER JOIN as SELECT * FROM table INNER JOIN ( SELECT id FROM ...
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join performance, index vs. index+foreignkey

I'm using an orm framework that handles data (and its integrity) on top of mysql. So far I ignored foreign keys because the orm handles that just fine. I recently read that foreign keys can enhance ...
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Relation between lossy decomposition and Natural join?

I am confused with the lossy decomposition and natural join. Natural join(with common attribute): only respective common attribute for the resultant table is formed. Lossy: Natural join on tables ...
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How can the LEFT JOIN return more results than the unjoined query?

Consider the following queries: mysql> SELECT count(*) FROM list l WHERE l.source='blink'; +----------+ | count(*) | +----------+ | 3372 | +----------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec) mysql> ...
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Calling another function inside a postgres function

I have a function A and function B. Function A Name is f_a() and the code is: Select id,address from A; Function B Name is f_b() code is: Select C.address,B.name From (Select id,name from B, ...
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Duplicates while doing multiple joins

I have 4 MySQL tables 1. companies - {id*, company} 2. employees - {id*, fname, lname, id_company*} 3. technologies - {id*, technology} 4. company_technologies - {id_technology*, id_company*} Field ...
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Mysql list data from left join query

I have 2 table and i want to pull data from both of them. This is sample for my table structure: Table tbl_a = id, time, note, customer Table tbl_b = id, time, name, surname, note This is my mysql ...
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Join and Count based on Specific User ID in SQL

I have the following tables, I inserted some dummy data in it for demonstration purposes. I would like to join these two tables in a way that based on the user ID, I can get the count of similar ...