Jerry Schwartz wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Andy Shellam [mailto:andy-lists@stripped]
>> Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2008 3:29 PM
>> To: Lamp Lists
>> Cc: mysql@stripped
>> Subject: Re: need help with query...
>> Hi Afan
>> Why not prefix your field names with the table name?
>> p.first_name AS person_first_name,
>> p.last_name AS person_last_name,
>> p.status AS person_status,
>> p.date_registered AS person_date_registered,
>> o.org_id AS organization_org_id,
>> o.org_name AS organization_org_name,
>> o.org_department AS organization_org_department,
>> a.addres1 AS addresses_address1,
>> a.address2 AS addresses_address2,
>> a.city AS addresses_city,
>> a.state AS addresses_state,
>> a.zip AS addresses_zip
> >from people p, organization o, addresses a
>> where p.person_id=123 and o.person_id=p.person_id and
> [JS] That would only retrieve a person_id if it is all three tables. I'm not
> sure that's what is wanted.
That was the original query as specified by the original poster - I just
added the "AS xxx" to each field he'd selected.