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Table Name UserInfromation

Column Name Data Type Allow Nulls
UserId Int (Set Identity=true) No
UserName varchar(50) Yes
Location Varchar(50) Yes


Table Name OrderInformation

Column Name Data Type Allow Nulls
OrderId Int No
OrderNo int Yes
UserId int NO


UserInfromation table data as follows;
UserId UserName Location
1 Suresh Chennai
2 Prasant Chennai
3 Madhavi Delhi
4 Mahesh Mumbai

OrderInformation table data as follows;
OrderId OrderNo UserId
1 543 1
2 213 2
3 977 3
4 323 3
5 998 1


I wan the output as follows

UserId UserName Location OrderNo
1 Suresh Chennai 543
1 Suresh Chennai 998
2 Prasant Chennai 213
3 Madhavi Delhi 977
3 Madhavi Delhi 323


For the above query how to write the query in sqlserver.please hlep me i am new to write the query using joins.
Posted 23-Nov-12 5:30am
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Solution 2

Here you go.
SELECT u.UserId, u.UserName, u.Location, o.OrderNo
From UserInfromation u INNER JOIN OrderInformation o
ON u.UserId = o.UserId;

Time for you to begin learning SQL JOINs.
http://www.w3schools.com/sql/sql_join.asp
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Solution 1

select UserId, UserName, Location, OrderNo from  UserInfromation,OrderInfromation
where  UserInfromation.UserId= OrderInfromation.Userid

Dude,

i guess you are a beginner in Sql server, so first learn the basics through any book.

--Prathap.
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