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From:Harald Fuchs Date:January 16 2003 9:11am
Subject:Re: three table join
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"Tab Alleman" <Tab.Alleman@stripped> writes:

> Table1.PK = Table2.FK1
> Table3.PK = Table2.FK2

> My last effort looks something like:

> SELECT SomeStuff
> FROM Table1 AS T1
> LEFT JOIN Table2 AS T2 ON T1.PK = T2.FK1
> RIGHT JOIN Table3 AS T3 ON T2.FK2 = T3.PK
> WHERE T1.PK=999

> I want it to return 1 row, but it's returning as many rows as there are
> in Table3.  Where am I goofing?

Since the only constraint on Table3 occurs in a RIGHT JOIN condition,
MySQL must return all rows.


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