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From:Peter Lauri Date:July 26 2006 6:51pm
Subject:RE: JOIN table where not in other table
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The tables are of course not named table1 and table2, just using that in the
discussion. :) All is working right now, but my solution is NOT that good
according to the small amount of logic I have :)

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris White [mailto:chriswhite@stripped] 
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 6:43 AM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: JOIN table where not in other table

On Wednesday 26 July 2006 11:30 am, Peter Lauri wrote:
> 4.0.27, so that is probably the reason. Any other way then with a sub
> query? I solved it with my "stupid" solution, feels strange to JOIN tables
> and choose rows where the join value is NULL (left outer join) :)

Are you using phpMyAdmin?  I was told by a coworker that phpMyAdmin adds
those 
limits in.  Wondering if taking the LIMIT out might do it.  Also, are the 
tables really named table1 and table2 (Yah, I know.. but I have to make 
sure :( )?

-- 
Chris White
PHP Programmer/DBoy
Interfuel

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