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From:Keith C. Ivey Date:November 11 2002 8:16pm
Subject:Re: Problems with simple(?) query
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On 11 Nov 2002, at 20:03, James Dyer wrote:

> SELECT * FROM foo WHERE id2=1 AND id2=2 (for example),
> I just get an empty set returned. An explain on the query gives an 'Impossible
> message.

Because it's impossible for id2 to be both 1 and 2.  What were you 
expecting?  Did you mean "id1 = 1 AND id2 = 2"?  If not, you need to 
explain what records you're trying to get.

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Keith C. Ivey <keith@stripped>
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