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From:Victor Subervi Date:December 14 2009 4:44pm
Subject:Re: Join Statement
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On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Peter Brawley <peter.brawley@stripped
> wrote:

>  > ... on t.ProdID-p.ID;
>
> Your join clause subtracts the two IDs, so it's on IDs that differ, and
> apparently there aren't any.
>

I beg to differ:

mysql> select SKU, Quantity, Name, Price, p.sizes,
p.colorsShadesNumbersShort from tem126080739853 t join products p on
t.ProdID-p.ID <http://t.prodid-p.id/>;
Empty set (0.00 sec)

mysql> select * from tem126080739853;
+----+--------+----------+----
---------+--------------------------+
| ID | ProdID | Quantity | sizes       | colorsShadesNumbersShort |
+----+--------+----------+-------------+--------------------------+
|  1 |      2 |        2 | Extra-small | navy-blue:CC7722         |
+----+--------+----------+-------------+--------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)
mysql> select SKU, Quantity, Name, Price, p.sizes,
p.colorsShadesNumbersShort from tem126080739853 t join products p on
t.ProdID-p.ID <http://t.prodid-p.id/>;
Empty set (0.03 sec)

mysql> select SKU, Quantity, Name, Price, t.sizes,
t.colorsShadesNumbersShort from tem126080739853 t join products p on
t.ProdID-p.ID <http://t.prodid-p.id/>;
Empty set (0.00 sec)

mysql> select ID, SKU, Name, Price from products;
+----+----------+-------+--------+
| ID | SKU      | Name  | Price  |
+----+----------+-------+--------+
|  2 | prodSKU1 | name1 | 555.22 |
+----+----------+-------+--------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

t.ProdID == 2
p.ID == 2
That's a match.
So why does my select join fail?
TIA,
V

Thread
Join StatementVictor Subervi14 Dec
  • Re: Join StatementPeter Brawley14 Dec
    • Re: Join StatementVictor Subervi14 Dec
      • Re: Join StatementShawn Green14 Dec
      • Re: Join StatementMark Goodge14 Dec
      • Re: Join StatementPeter Brawley14 Dec
        • Re: Join StatementVictor Subervi14 Dec
  • RE: Join StatementSteven Staples14 Dec