I've read the following code a few times trying to figure out what it is doing. "A right outer join is that which returns the unmatched rows from the right tables with matched rows from the left ...
I have a series of geolocation points in a table, and a series of "zones" in another; I'd like to do a join to identify which zone each point belongs in (if at all.) Points table looks like: ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
I have seen the following in a query that was supposed to be ported from Oracle outer join syntax to SQL standard outer join syntax: SELECT ... FROM A, B, C, D, E WHERE A.A_ID = B.A_ID AND B.B_ID = ...