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I have populated two datatables with several fields and several rows.
 
i.e.:
datatable1
ID Name lastname
1 john sander
2 rob hens
...
 
datatable2
ID job address
2 teacher somewhere
 
Question:
I would like to end up with a datatable as follows:
ID Name LastName Job Address
 
How is this done please?
Thanks
Posted 26-Sep-12 0:41am
arkiboys2.6K
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vijay bisht at 26-Sep-12 6:46am
   
is the id column is used as foreign key in other table
arkiboys at 26-Sep-12 6:53am
   
Both tables have a column called ID which is unique for both

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Solution 1

SELECT datatable1.ID, datatable1.Name, datatable1.LastName, datatable2.Job, datatable2.Address
FROM datatable1
INNER JOIN datatable2
ON datatable1.ID=datatable2.ID
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