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Hi My friends,

I have the following tables:

Applicants : Id, FullName, Gender , Email, SectorId, CreatedDate

Sectors : Id, Title, IndustryId

Education: Id, Title, ApplicantId,DegreeId

EducationDegree: Id, Title, EducationId

Experience: Id, Title, ApplicantId, CompanyName, DateTo, DateFrom

Q. How can I create a stored procedure to search in applicants (I want to search by sector, Industry, Gender, Degree, years of Experience) ?
Posted 20-Nov-12 1:00am
Edited 20-Nov-12 4:03am
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OriginalGriff at 20-Nov-12 7:05am
   
I just checked, and it isn't urgent. In fact, it isn't even on my top 100 "things to do today" list.
So, what have you done so far to fix it yourself?
Karthik_J, Coimbatore at 20-Nov-12 7:24am
   
Always keep in mind,
the tag line of Code project
"For those who code"
ryanb31 at 20-Nov-12 7:48am
   
This sounds pretty basic. Where are you stuck exactly?
djj55 at 20-Nov-12 11:42am
   
Not knowing the problem, do you know about JOINs?

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