Rather than the USING clause couldn't you use the ON clause, i.e.
select * from table1 as t1 join table2 as t2 on t1.<column> =
Where <column> is the name of your (duplicate) column in each table.
From: Bob Dankert [mailto:bob@stripped]
Sent: 31 May 2005 16:53
Subject: How to get full column name (table name and column name) from
Using the MySqlDataReader to get the results from a query, is it
possible to get the full columns names from the DataReader (table name
and column name)? I have many queries that join tables with the same
column names, and to distinguish which column is which I would like to
know the table name as well as column name. Currently, I get the column
name from MySqlDataReader.GetName(index), and the query is rather
general: select * from table1 join table2 using (index);
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