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Hi,

I wonder if anyone would help me out here, I m trying to link tables together to get some information to produce a report. But i m new to sql so need some help completing this asap:

select * from tvdba.mdd_media, tvdba.mdd_containers, tvddba.mdd_media_contnrs_link
where m.media_id = l.media_id (+) --not sure here if i should do where media_id(media_id like '%' +....--

I want to join the query for starters!

So for example, i want to select the following items:
Media ID
Series Title
Format
Version
Location
Filename
Status

Any ideas how to go about this, would be very helpful, something to start me off.

Thanks in advance
Posted 22-Mar-13 3:40am
Edited 22-Mar-13 4:04am
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ThePhantomUpvoter 22-Mar-13 8:49am
   
I am not at all sure what it is that you are asking. "select all the information and then add the data parameters to the where clause" makes no sense. What I am sure of though is that you want a JOIN in your query.
Geofferz 22-Mar-13 9:02am
   
Yeah think didnt explain it properly there, i want to start with joining the query

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Solution 1

Join works basically like this:

SELECT TableA.*, TableB.*, TableC.*, TableD.*
FROM TableA TA
JOIN TableB TB
ON TA.aID = TB.aID
JOIN TableC TC
ON TA.cID = TC.cID
JOIN TableD TD
ON TA.dID = TD.dID
WHERE TA.media_id LIKE ...
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Geofferz 25-Mar-13 7:17am
   
Thanks Du

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