I have a database that stores information about artists, bands and albums and I'm trying to select the band names and album titles for bands with more than 1 album.
band_id, name, year_formed 1, blink182, 1990 2, fall out boy, 1997 3, u2, 1982 4, coldplay, 1990 5, zach brown band, 2002
album_id, title, band_id 1, take off your pants and jacket, 1 2, stars, 3 3, fbgm, 3 4, reach, 3 5, yup, 4
This doesn't seem too hard of a problem but I cannot figure it out for the life of me. The problem seems to be with getting both the album title and band name from the select statement.
SELECT b.name, alb.title FROM band as b, album as alb WHERE exists (SELECT * FROM album as al WHERE b.bid = alb.bid)
Returns the all band names and their album titles. My guess is to have the subquery handle finding the bands with more than one album but I just am at a complete loss for how to do this. Subqueries have been throwing me for a loop in general, so any nice description of how they work conceptually would be appreciated.
band_idbut the code has
bid. Which is the actual column name?