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From:Mark Matthews Date:August 28 2002 4:10pm
Subject:Re: MS Access and mySQL
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Mary Stickney wrote:
> the join syntax is what is differnt between Access and MYSQL.
> 
> in MS-SQL =  indexs will be used on tables mentioned in the JOIN clause
> and they will not in MYSQL

This is not true. MySQL uses indexes in joins, if you've put them in the 
right columns, just as in MS-SQL.

What gives you the idea that it doesn't?

	-Mark


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