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

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HOW to “SUM” and “JOIN” for single query of a poll results?

I have a poll database as CREATE TABLE poll_answer answer_id, answer varchar(255), poll_id int(11), FOREIGN KEY(poll_id) REFERENCES polls(poll_id) ON DELETE CASCADE, PRIMARY KEY(answer_id) ) ...
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How to avoid large joins when determining which rows a user is authorized for?

Typical wep app situation: you have logged in users querying for resources exposed through an API. As a hypothetical example, company administrators quering for their employees' time sheets: company ...
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Splitting SQL query with many joins into smaller ones helps?

We need to do some reporting every night on our SQL Server 2008 R2. Calculating the reports takes several hours. In order to shorten the time we precalculate a table. This table is created based on ...
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Retrieving 10 records from multiple tables

I have two tables where I store post data. What I want to do is to get 10 records from those two tables. Table 1 - all posts, Table 2 posts that user read. There are some scenarios; User has never ...
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How can row estimates be improved in order to reduce chances of spills to tempdb

I notice that when there are spill to tempdb events (causing slow queries) that often the row estimates are way off for a particular join. I've seen spill events occur with merge and hash joins and ...
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Can't get rid of filesort on joined query sorting on second table

For some reason, this query: EXPLAIN SELECT * FROM biz as b INNER JOIN listings as l ON b.id = l.biz_id WHERE l.pub_id = 14 AND b.cat_id=310 ORDER BY l.level DESC, l.random DESC LIMIT 5; says it ...
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Are individual queries faster than joins?

Conceptual question: Are individual queries faster than joins, or: Should I try to squeeze every info I want on the client side into one SELECT statement or just use as many as seems convenient? ...
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Join on different types

In a database I have two tables: The first has a field named taxonomy_id that is an integer The latter has a field named ID that is a character varying The two tables are related: if it exists a ...
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JOIN to read first table and get possible relationship in the second table

Consider a main table as CREATE TABLE groups ( group_id int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, group_title varchar(255), PRIMARY KEY(group_id) ) ENGINE=InnoDB and a second table for relationship as ...
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How can I include more query in one query?

These are my tables: tbl_answers => aid qid answer uid dateposted emailnotify namedisplay status isbestanswer tbl_questions => qid question ...
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Query WHERE clause and JOIN

I'm having an issue using a WHERE clause and JOIN. SELECT * FROM `CallDetailRecord` WHERE `StartTime` >=1357102799000 AND `StartTime` <=1357880399000 JOIN `CallEvent` ON `EventID` = ...
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Missing values in INNER JOIN MS-Access?

When I run the following query in MS-Access: SELECT a1.ConStateNumber, a2.ConStateNumber FROM qryW2_yr_sum_slash_qryW2_q4_sum_result a1 INNER JOIN qryW2_q3_sum a2 ON a1.ConStateNumber = ...
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Left Join not giving desired result

I have two Datasets FEES PAYMENTS CrsCode InstNo FEE Regno CRSCODE Instno Payment CA1 -2 100 R1 CA1 -2 100 CA1 -1 200 ...
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How to add additional tables/fields into a query with multiple inner joins?

Given this query (many thanks to RolandoMySQLDBA from question Select records that do not have associations outside a certain list), how do I add other fields from other tables into my result? SELECT ...
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How to get rows where count() is null?

This is my SQL request : SELECT COUNT( b0_.id ) AS sclr0, d1_.codeLieu AS codeLieu1, d1_.nomLieu AS nomLieu2, d1_.lngLieu AS lngLieu3, d1_.latLieu AS latLieu4, m2_.libelleMention AS ...
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Slow query joining on subqueries with max

I'm creating a report based on user input (i.e. a search tool) that grabs data from eight tables and will output them to the screen. Here are the create table statements. I'm very aware of how badly ...
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Best practice: Unions or a derived table?

I've inherited a medium-sized database with a terrible schema. The sanitized portion in question is like so: CREATE TABLE `pending` ( ... `invoice` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `lid` int(11) DEFAULT ...
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Get data from two tables with recursive relationships

I have a MySQL 5.1 DB, being used behind a PHP application to track permissions and other items that need to be issued to staff that hold various positions within an org. To track what privileges a ...
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Database search with multi joins

I have a MySQL database and I want to perform a little bigger search. I have about 10k records in one of the tables and It's expected to grow, but slowly. The biggest problem is that to perform the ...
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update statement with self join

I needed to copy information from one row of a table to another. I noticed I could do the following: update address set col1 = a2.col1, col2 = a2.col2, .....etc from address a1, address a2 where ...
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Error “column does not exist” in a SELECT with JOIN and GROUP BY query

I'm using PostgreSQL 9.1 with a Ruby on Rails application. I'm trying to list the last version of each "charge" (in my history table : hist_version_charges) belonging to the same project id ...
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Getting the name of the column that was used in a join?

This may be a bit of a weird question: Our project's datamodel has multiple tables with multiple columns any one of which can be used to join with one settingtable. The question here is how to get ...
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parenthetic grouping of join clauses

What is the difference between these joins? a left join b left join c (a left join b) left join c a left join (b left join c) Does the grouping only affect the order of the joins? Will the query ...
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How can I join one to one to (many to one) without using group_concat

I have a table structure as follows: -- -- Table structure for table `emails` -- CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `emails` ( `ID` int(5) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `email` varchar(255) COLLATE ...
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MySQL: Join one Row in a table with two Rows in other table

In my MYSQL Database COMPANY. I have two tables, like below in my diagram (arrow shows relations): `users` `user_login` +--------------+ ...
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Immediate refresh materialized views (MQT) with OUTER JOIN under DB2

DB2 accepts a materialized view based on an "OUTER JOIN" query, as long it doesn't refresh automatically (REFRESH IMMEDIATE). I cannot find a simple solution to get round this problem. Perhaps with ...
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Why is there such a huge performance difference in these two join statements?

I have a query which i first wrote as (query has been simplified a bit) : select ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY c.CategoryTypeID), c.name, count(p.id) from category c inner join product p on p.indID = ...
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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 ...
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Oracle: Non key-preserved table should be

I'm getting "ORA-01779: cannot modify a column which maps to a non key-preserved table" when I try to update a join. I've searched around the site and found a lot of advice on what key-preserved ...
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Expand sparse table with self outer join on distinct values

I have this: g1 | g2 | x ---------+-----------+----- New York | Monday | 210 New York | Tuesday | 258 Chicago | Monday | 30 Chicago | Wednesday | 25 LA | Thursday | 40 ...
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Postgres RIGHT JOIN with custom array

I'm using Postgres 9.1 and want to get a result with some blanks where there is no data. My query looks like the following: SELECT institution_id FROM ... WHERE institution_id IN (1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9) ...
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Speed efficient query for membership first joined, latest category from membership table (min, max)

I have the following table representing membership information: CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `membership` ( `id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `organisation_id` int(11) NOT NULL, ...
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How to write this self join based on three columns

Hello there I have a following table ------------------------------------------ | id | language | parentid | no_daughter | ------------------------------------------ | 1 | 1 | 0 | ...
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join the two tables which possess one to many relationship

In drupal,the content type table and my own table is used to do some operations. Im having two tables namely Table1:'content_field_mem_id' & Table2:'Ex' description of ...
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Selecting minimum value using a subquery

I need to write a query to grab the lowest price from each merchant and output the price link (p_link) and some other information such as merchant name + rating. We have a table for prices ...
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oracle huge hash_area_size

I am wondering what is the maximum setting for hash_area_size parameter? I'm trying to perform a huge join which ends up allocating 10Gb of temp space and completes in an hour. 10Gb is not that much ...
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Join Calender Table

I have a Datatable and a Calendartable. I do a join on this tables to get sequential dates if there is no data for this day. My problem now is that there a several id's and i need a count for each ...
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Mysql Join with filters

I have two tables: MAINCOLOR and SUBCOLOR with the data as: MAINCOLOR : MAINID COLOR 1 RED 2 BLUE 3 GREEN SUBCOLOR: SUBID MAINID SUBCOLOR STATUS 1 1 PINK 0 2 1 ...
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Complex query with multiple normalized fields

We have a fairly simple table structure, but with a LOT of fields per table (talking 40+). This data is initially produced in plain-text, user-readable tables, but then it is translated into ...
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How to get non repeat results

I've two tables default_tb_persona and default_tb_envio, this are the DDL for those tables: CREATE TABLE `default_tb_envio` ( `codigo` varchar(7) NOT NULL, `fecha` date NOT NULL, `id_modalidad` ...
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How and what is the most efficient way to join two tables, retaining a particular field from both?

I have two tables, with the following columns: Table 1 ID Component Data1 Data2 Table 2 ID Component Data3 Data4 If I have rows in these tables, with items Component1, Component2, Component3, ...
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Is it better to seperate a big query into multiple smaller queries?

There are situations which require to have really big query joining several tables together with sub select statements in them to produce the desired results. My question is, should we consider using ...
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How does mysql deal with queries that touches myisam and innodb tables?

In our mysql database, we use both myisam and innodb tables, though there are more myisam tables. QUESTIONS If a query involves both myisam and innodb tables, will the query use table lock or row ...
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Identify NON-ANSI joins in SQL Server 2008 R2 on a Database that's in 2000 (80) compatibility mode

We have a very old database running on SQL Server 2008 R2. The database is running in 2000 (80) compatibility mode and has oodles of NON-ANSI joins in stored procedures, views and functions. We need ...
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Select multiple columns in subquery

I am having trouble selecting all cloumns in a sub query and can't seem to get no where with joining for replacement. http://sqlfiddle.com/#!2/2481e/1 The link is to the schema with my current ...
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Is there a standard way to replace codes with values from a lookup table for reporting or analytics?

Suppose I have a "main" table that was probably heavily normalized and consists largely of columns that merely contain codes that are lookups into other tables (they are probably foreign keys but feel ...
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Retrieving data from inner join using LIMIT and OFFSET

These are my two tables: table1 qid[PK] |gid[PK] |abcd | xyz | date ---------------+---------+---------+------+------------ 00001 | qwe | 54 | a | 1994-11-29 00002 ...
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Subqueries run very fast individually, but when joined are very slow

ypercube solved the problem. Subqueries were totally unnecessary, and the whole thing works with plain joins. It is still strange that MySQL's optimizer could not make use of my original query, ...
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Group By on column from joined table

its about the following query. EXPLAIN SELECT phrase, infinitiv FROM `dict_verbs_all` `t` INNER JOIN `dict_verbs_all_language` `verbsGerman_c` ON (`t`.`id`=`verbsGerman_c`.`verb_id`) INNER JOIN ...
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Tuning query to remove joins for reporting

This is the query I was sent. There is currently no data in the system as I was converting this query from teradata to SQL server. SELECT user_id FROM user_table LEFT OUTER JOIN ( SELECT user_id , ...