If the tables are InnoDB, you could temporarily set up a foreign key
relationship between the two, with the 'ON DELETE CASCADE' option.
On Tue, 2008-07-08 at 11:14 -0400, Jeff Mckeon wrote:
> I think this is possible but I'm having a total brain fart as to how to
> construct the query..
> Table2.ticket = table1.ID
> Table2 is a many to 1 relationship to table1
> I need to delete all records from table1 where created <
> unix_timestamp(date_sub(now(), interval 3 month))
> And all rows from table2 where Table2.ticket = Table1.ID (of the deleted
> Can't this be done in one query? Or two?
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