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Merge left outer join column

I have a query that use left outer join. something like that : select issues.id, journal.notes from issues left outer join on (issues.id = journal.issue_id and journal.notes != '') So far it ...
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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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Postgresql subquery speed much slower than individual queries

In Postgres 9.1. I am attempting to do a single query to get the timezone of a given postal code. I have data loaded in my database, and I am using PostGIS to store the coordinates of each postal ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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MYSQL joining 3 tables with left join

I have these tables: pupils: (id_pupil, name, surname, email, user, pass, level, class) incidents: (id_incidents, date, time, type_incident, comments, id_pupil, id_user, subject, id_trimester) ...
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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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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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1answer
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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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1answer
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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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1answer
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Data Analysis with MongoDB or MySQL

I have a need for processing some data in order to come up with some statistic. This is the scenario: Each user can answer several questions from the question list. They pick their answers from a ...
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1answer
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Merge two tables on partly matching column

I have below 2 tables. old_name old_value Tom1 100 Kate1 80 Jim1 70 new_name new_value Tom2 70 Kate2 100 Jim2 80 I want to make a new table look like ...
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1answer
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Sorting by a field in child table

There are two tables: contract (with primary key contractid) and contractupdate (with field contractid referring to a contract). contractupdate also has DATE field startdate and TINYINT field day. I ...
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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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1answer
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Syntax of INNER JOIN nested inside OUTER JOIN vs. query results

TLDR; If you look at the 2 execution plans, is there an easy answer to which is better? I purposefully did NOT create indexes so it's easier to see what's happening. Following up on my previous ...
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Does using LIMIT improve the performance and is it noticeable?

I want to understand the following. Assume that I have a complicated query with let's say a join of 5 tables a group by summations and order by. Letting aside any optimizations to the query itself ...
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COUNT WITH JOIN [closed]

I've the following tables: fss_post(post_id,text) fss_comment(idComment, post_id, text) Is possible to write a query that give me as result a row for each post_id with total comment count for ...
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1answer
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Performance: order of tables in joined statement

I have the following SQL statement, running on a SQLite database on a Windows mobile device. SELECT table1.uniqueidentifier1, table1.int1, table1.varchar1, table1.decimal1, table1.decimal2 ...
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1answer
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Append columns with values from has many reletionship

I have two tables orders and items. Every Order has many Items. orders - id - created_at - paid_at items - id - title - amount - quantity - order_id Let say that there are 3 kinds of items. Chair, ...
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1answer
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Joining on a field with different values

I am trying to join data from two completely different sources. One source contains an employee's schedule information, and the other tracks what they actually worked (like what time they actually ...
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1answer
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Efficient way to write query for multiple table which depends on column value of a table in mysql?

In the given schema, there is a table A having column A1,A2,A3,A4 There are three more tables i.e. B,C,D If the value in A4 is b, i have to lookup table B. If the value in A4 is c, i have to lookup ...
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1answer
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Concatenate one-to-many field in single result?

Say I have the following query: SELECT * FROM AppDetails, AppTags WHERE AppDetails.AppID = '1' AND AppDetails.AppID = AppTags.AppID Which gives the following results: AppID AppName ...
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Getting multiplication of column values on a joined table based on condition

The title was best I could find to explain my question, I don't think it helps though. Anyways, I have two tables: CREATE TABLE YEARLY_RATES ( RATE_YEAR NUMBER(4,0), RATE NUMBER(6,4) ); ...
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1answer
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Query_cache doesn't work with join

I have a simple join query, but for some reason query_cache won't cache it! SELECT id, news, approve, FIXED, DATE, allow_main FROM post LEFT JOIN post_plus ON post.id = post_plus.news_id WHERE ...
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inner joins with where clause for no values?

I have 2 tables : Table1 Parent(varchar) Child (varchar) Table2 C1(varchar) PC (varchar) Sample data: Requirement - I need Table2.C1 values for which column Table2.PC = Table1.Child , ...
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How to index for a group by with columns from different tables?

Is it possible to create an index from columns of 2 different tables? If not, how do we optimize a query that does a group by on columns of 2 different tables? For example: the following ...
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Pick one single row each time from either table?

I will run a query and get a list of aID and based on that I will try to match below tables.For each aID I just want one record either from tblGAlert or tblEAlert based on gDateTime and eDateTime ...
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Recursive self joins

I have a comments table, which can be simplified down to this: comments ======= id user_id text parent_id where parent_id is nullable, but might be a key for its parent comment. Now, how can I ...
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1answer
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Getting related data from an uncertain column

I am working on a friendship logic, the table friendship has this structure: `friendship_id` INT NOT NULL , `user1_id` INT NOT NULL , `user2_id` INT NOT NULL , `status` INT NULL , `created` ...
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2answers
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Multiple JOIN of 6 tables via 5 database instances

I'm currently reengineering my corporates user management and created a table which lists all users of all the 5 database instances. Next step is, that I need to write a query which shows me all the ...
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How to use GROUP BY after the Having clause Mysql

Here is the query which gets the accounts for a specific user the products are related to accounts in one-to-many relation so for each product there are four permissions All the accounts which is not ...
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1answer
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Simplify subqueries with join

I'm trying to create a report in SQL Server Reporting Services that shows the availability of multiple sites. The sites are monitored by a tool that uses a SQL Server 2012 database to store the data. ...
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1answer
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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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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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1answer
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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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2answers
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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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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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2answers
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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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2answers
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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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2answers
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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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2answers
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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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1answer
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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 ...