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From:Michael Dykman Date:November 22 2012 3:06pm
Subject:Re: Basic SELECT help
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Keep joining I think. In the absence of intersect (which incurs the cost of
a query per type anyhow ), this join pattern is the only option I can think
of.

On 2012-11-22 10:01 AM, "Neil Tompkins" <neil.tompkins@stripped>
wrote:

Michael,

Thanks this kind of works if I'm checking two types.  But what about if I
have 5 types ?

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Fwd: Basic SELECT helpMichael Dykman22 Nov
  • Re: Basic SELECT helpNeil Tompkins22 Nov
    • Re: Basic SELECT helpMichael Dykman22 Nov
      • Re: Basic SELECT helpNeil Tompkins22 Nov
        • Re: Basic SELECT helpMichael Dykman22 Nov
    • Re: Basic SELECT helpBen Mildren22 Nov
      • Re: Basic SELECT helpBen Mildren22 Nov
        • Re: Basic SELECT helpBen Mildren22 Nov
      • Re: Basic SELECT helpClaudio Nanni23 Nov
        • Re: Basic SELECT helpNeil Tompkins23 Nov
Re: Basic SELECT helpMogens Melander23 Nov
  • Re: Basic SELECT helpdivesh kamra23 Nov