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ANSI-92 Inner Join Vs. Where Clause Syntax

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Having problems rewriting my join condition using the "inner join" syntax. My query, working with an intersection table: SELECT Description, EmailAddress FROM Accounts_Roles r, Accounts_Users u, Accounts_UserRoles ur WHERE r.RoleID = ur.RoleID AND u.UserID = ur.UserID This works fine, but i want to write it using 'inner join' style, so I tried: SELECT Description, EmailAddress FROM Accounts_Roles r, Accounts_Users u INNER JOIN Accounts_UserRoles ur ON r.RoleID = ur.RoleID AND u.UserID = ur.UserID which gives me an error (The column prefix 'r' does not match with a table name or alias name used in the query.) Any ideas as to how I'm screwing this up would be appreciated. Thanks, Gordon Z

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SELECT dbo.tblIRC_QS_Promo.QSNumber, dbo.tblIRC_QS_Promo.PromoWhere, dbo.tblIRC_QS_Promo.PromoDate, dbo.tblIRC_QS_Category.CatName, dbo.tblIRC_CallLog.MemNo, dbo.[tblLOOKUP-States].StateName, dbo.tblIRC_QS_Files.Dept, dbo.tblIRC_QS_Files.ShowOnReportFROM dbo.tblIRC_QS_Promo INNER JOIN dbo.tblIRC_CallLog ON dbo.tblIRC_QS_Promo.IDKey = dbo.tblIRC_CallLog.IDKey INNER JOIN dbo.tblIRC_QS_Files ON dbo.tblIRC_QS_Promo.QSNumber = dbo.tblIRC_QS_Files.QSNumber INNER JOIN dbo.tblIRC_QS_Category ON dbo.tblIRC_QS_Files.Catid = dbo.tblIRC_QS_Category.Catid INNER JOIN dbo.[tblLOOKUP-States] ON LEFT(dbo.tblIRC_CallLog.MemNo, 2) = dbo.[tblLOOKUP-States].IDWHERE (dbo.tblIRC_QS_Files.ShowOnReport = 'Y')I dont see any issues with it yet its returning no results. Is my syntax or strucutre wrong??

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When I try to Query from two tables which has a many to many relation from MSAcess, I get a SQL statement which has a Inner join. I don't fine any difference between the Inner Join and a where clause. Is this SQL query with inner join compatible with other Data Bases.

VB 6 - Run-Time Error 3075 Syntax Error (Missing Operator) In Query Expression www.xtremevbtalk.com

Hi allsorry for the inconveniences, I just wanna get this syntax thing out of my back.I modified my vb module and now I'm getting "Run-Time error 3075 syntax error(Missing operator) - query expression"Then it displayed this line of code as the problem line:Code:'TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel1 Union AllSelect TblRequests.ProjectID'.Below is the complete module:Code:DbPath = "\515opsisdallf00008SHAREDPyrlAppsPTStest2"DbName = "PTS.mdb"Set Db = OpenDatabase(DbPath & DbName)strSQL = "Insert Into TblProgrammersHours (ProjectID,ProgrammerInitials, CurrProgHrs, PrevProgHrs, TotalProgHrs, Positions)"strSQL = strSQL & " Select TblRequests.ProjectID, TblPersonnel.Initials, TblRequests.Prog1hrs, TblRequests.PrevProg1Hrs, TblRequests.TotalProg1hrs, 1 As Position " _& "From TblRequests Inner Join tblPersonnel On TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel1 "strSQL = strSQL & "Union All " _& " Select TblRequests.ProjectID, TblPersonnel.Initials, TblRequests.Prog2hrs, TblRequests.PrevProg2Hrs, TblRequests.TotalProg2hrs, 2 " _& "From TblRequests Inner Join tblPersonnel On TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel2 "strSQL = strSQL & "Union All " _& " Select TblRequests.ProjectID, TblPersonnel.Initials, TblRequests.Prog3hrs, TblRequests.PrevProg3Hrs, TblRequests.TotalProg3hrs, 3 " _& "From TblRequests Inner Join tblPersonnel On TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel3 "strSQL = strSQL & "Union All " _& " Select TblRequests.ProjectID, TblPersonnel.Initials, TblRequests.Prog4hrs, TblRequests.PrevProg4Hrs, TblRequests.TotalProg4hrs, 4 " _& "From TblRequests Inner Join tblPersonnel On TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel4 "strSQL = strSQL & "Union All " _& " Select TblRequests.ProjectID, TblPersonnel.Initials, TblRequests.Prog5hrs, TblRequests.PrevProg5Hrs, TblRequests.TotalProg5hrs, 5 " _& "From TblRequests Inner Join tblPersonnel On TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel5 "strSQL = strSQL & "Union All " _& " Select TblRequests.ProjectID, TblPersonnel.Initials, TblRequests.Prog6hrs, TblRequests.PrevProg6Hrs, TblRequests.TotalProg6hrs, 6 " _& "From TblRequests Inner Join tblPersonnel On TblPersonnel.[Name] = TblRequests.Personnel6 "strSQL = strSQL & ") As NewProgHrsTbl"Call Db.Execute(strSQL)Thanks.tgifgemini

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Hi ..I keep getting err.number -2147217900 syntax error(missing operator)....Im using vb to interface w/an access 2k db through Ado.I started off using inner joins then I realized as I broke up my db(perhaps too much to avoid nulls and such) that my pk [Employee Id] may ot be in all tbales and would cause an error. So I moved to a left join statement: FullRsQuery = "SELECT * FROM Employees LEFT JOIN WorkInfo ON " & _ "Employees.[Employee ID] = WorkInfo.[Employee ID] LEFT JOIN " & _ "Employees ON Emergency.[Employee ID] = Employees.[Employee ID] " & _ "Left JOIN Notes ON Employee.[Employee ID] = Notes.[Employee ID] " & _ "WHERE Employees.[Employee ID] = '" & EmpID & _ "' Order by Employees.[Employee ID] Asc"now I realize vb/sql/access converion may be screwy at times do I treid to pass my empIs variable with & without the ' ' around it. made no difference.Query analyzer I used at work told me this code was working but my db is at home..I Even took out everyting from the where clause on so the error is genereated b4 my where clause..any ideas?..oh here's my immediate window output:SELECT * FROM Employees LEFT JOIN WorkInfo ON Employees.[Employee ID] = WorkInfo.[Employee ID] LEFT JOIN Employees ON Emergency.[Employee ID] = Employees.[Employee ID] Left JOIN Notes ON Emergency.[Employee ID] = Notes.[Employee ID] WHERE Employees.[Employee ID] = '1' Order by Employees.[Employee ID] Asc

Convert ANsi-89 To Ansi-92 Outer Join social.msdn.microsoft.com

I've been using this syntax for years on SQL Server and now comes the time to convert to SQL 2005 (90 compatibility).� This syntax returns four rows.� Basically it returns one row for each servername/component/context/property/value even when there does not exist a property of 'fff' since it's a left join: Code Block select t1.* from tblconfiguration t1 ,tblconfiguration t2 where t1.component = 'AdjProcessUtility' and t1.servername *= t2.servername and t1.component *= t2.component and t1.context *= t2.context and t1.property = 'proc' and t2.property = 'fff' � � Result: SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�DuplicatesReport�Proc�Adjustment.dbo.prcDuplicatesReport SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�Proc�Adjustment.dbo.prcAdjExtractMFFiles SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationProcess�Proc�prcAdjValidations SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationReport�Proc�Adjustment.dbo.prcValidationReport � When the converted (using SQL enterprise Mgr) runs�it returns no rows: Code Block SELECT���� t1.* FROM�������� dbo.tblConfiguration t1 LEFT OUTER JOIN ��������������������� dbo.tblConfiguration t2 ON t1.ServerName = t2.ServerName AND t1.Component = t2.Component AND t1.Context = t2.Context WHERE���� (t1.Component = 'AdjProcessUtility') AND (t1.Property = 'proc') AND (t2.Property = 'fff') � � � I don't really see how to change this query to make it work.� I've searched the web and I really don't see any examples of left joins which use more than one column. � Here's the table definition: Code Block CREATE TABLE dbo.tblConfiguration ( �ServerName VARCHAR(30)�� NOT NULL, �Component� VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, �Context��� VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, �Property�� VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, CONSTRAINT PK_tblConfiguration PRIMARY KEY NONCLUSTERED( ServerName, Component, Context, Property ), �Value����� VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL ) � � I use this table to define reports and there attribues.� The rows repeat themselves except for the Property and Value columns Here is some of the data: � �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�Proc�Adjustment.dbo.prcAdjExtractMFFiles �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�RunTime�13:25 �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�Schedule�2,3,4,5,6 �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�FixedRecLength�71 �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�WriteFileHeader�Y �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ExtractAdjFile�WriteTempTable�Y � �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationProcess�Proc�prcAdjValidations �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationReport�ReportClass�ReportCSV �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationReport�Ids�Validation �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationReport�RunTime�15:06 �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationReport�Schedule�2,3,4,5,6 �SQLEDEV1�AdjProcessUtility�ValidationReport�DefaultFileName�Adj_ValidationReport_MMDDYYHHMM.csv � etc. � Any help is greatly appreciated, Sid

Syntax Error Converting Varchar Value '/' To A Column Of Datatype Int forums.devshed.com

Hi, Can anyone please help me with the syntax for this query please. Error is "syntax error converting varchar value '/' to a column of datatype int" Query: Code: select iCalls_Calls.Call_ID,iCalls_Calls.Requestor,Type,Scope,iCalls_Calls.Status_ID,iCalls_Status.Status_I D, iCalls_Status.Status_Label,((select Count(*) from iCalls_Events where Call_ID = " & Session("Call_ID") & " ) + ' /' + ( select Count(*) from iCalls_Events where Call_ID = "& Session("Call_ID") & " and Events_Flag <> 0)) as Countrec from ((iCalls_Calls inner join iCalls_Status on iCalls_Calls.Status_ID=iCalls_Status.Status_ID ) inner join iCalls_Users on iCalls_Calls.Requestor=iCalls_Users.User_ID) left outer join iCalls_Messages on iCalls_Calls.Call_ID=iCalls_Messages.Call_ID where Requestor='" & Session("User_ID") & "' AND iCalls_Calls.Status_ID <> 6 order by iCalls_Calls.Call_ID Thanks...

Parameterized Order By Clause: Doesn't Work bytes.com

Can someone tell me why SQL seems to ignore my order by clause? I tried to run through the debugger, but the debugger stops at the select statement line and then returns the result set; so, I have no idea how it is evaluating the order by clause. THANK YOU! CREATE proc sprAllBooks @SortAscend varchar(4), @SortColumn varchar(10) as If @SortAscend = 'DESC' Select titles.title_id, title, au_lname, au_fname, Convert(varchar(12), pubdate, 101) as PubDate from authors inner join titleauthor on authors.au_id = titleauthor.au_id inner join titles on titleauthor.title_id = Titles.title_id ORDER BY au_lname CASE @SortColumn WHEN 'title' THEN title END, CASE @SortColumn WHEN 'au_lname' THEN au_lname END, CASE @SortColumn WHEN 'PubDate' THEN PubDate END DESC ELSE Select titles.title_id, title, au_lname, au_fname, Convert(varchar(12), pubdate, 101) as PubDate from authors inner join titleauthor on authors.au_id = titleauthor.au_id inner join titles on titleauthor.title_id = Titles.title_id ORDER BY CASE @SortColumn WHEN 'title' THEN title END, CASE @SortColumn WHEN 'au_lname' THEN au_lname END, CASE @SortColumn WHEN 'PubDate' THEN PubDate END GO

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Hey GuysThanks for reading this post. I'm fairly new to VB that's why i'm not sure how to do this. I just recorded my query and modified to create joins. In my WHERE CLAUSE, I want to make it a parameter so i could just pass a cell and it will get the value. Do you guys know how to do it? I keep getting a syntax error when I run it with a parameter but it runs well when i use a value(i.e. 1111) "SELECT COUNT(*)" _ & Chr(13) & "" & Chr(10) & "FROM QA_PxREZ.dbo.FlightSegment FS " _ & Chr(13) & "" & Chr(10) & "INNER JOIN " _ , _ "QA_PxREZ.dbo.PassengerFlightSegment PFS ON PFS.FlightSegmentID = FS.FlightSegmentID INNER JOIN " _ , _ "QA_PxREZ.dbo.PassengerSpecialNeed PSN ON PSN.PassengerID = PFS.PassengerID INNER JOIN " _ , _ "QA_PxREZ.dbo.SpecialNeed SN ON SN.SpecialNeedID = PSN.SpecialNeedID " _ , _ "WHERE FS.FlightSegmentID = PARAMETER"

SQL Expert Help Needed- Getting Complex Joins To Work In Access www.access-programmers.co.uk

I am trying to execute the SQL below (tested in other programs, works fine) but access is giving me the "join expression not supported" error. How can this query be used in MS Access? I have tried breaking some of the joins clauses into separate queries, but I can't get it to work and it is making things much more complicated. Also note that moving the join conditions to the where clause could impact performance (this is a very large DB) Could I execute this via code somehow? Thanks. SELECT lp.loan_id, lp.days_delinquent, lp.current_balance, pc.product_name FROM mtgwl.loan_payment lp inner join mtgwl.deal_loan_relation dlr on lp.loan_id=dlr.loan_id and lp.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and lp.as_of_date='2006-04-30' and dlr.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and dlr.type='DEAL' inner join mtgwl.deal_loan_relation pdr on dlr.deal_id=pdr.loan_id and pdr.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and pdr.type='PRODUCT' inner join mtgwl.product_control pc on pc.product_id=pdr.deal_id and pc.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and pc.product_name='GSAMP 2003 AHL'

SQL Expert Help Needed- Getting Complex Joins To Work In Access www.access-programmers.co.uk

I am trying to execute the SQL below (tested in other programs, works fine) but access is giving me the "join expression not supported" error. How can this query be used in MS Access? I have tried breaking some of the joins clauses into separate queries, but I can't get it to work and it is making things much more complicated. Also note that moving the join conditions to the where clause could impact performance (this is a very large DB) Could I execute this via code somehow? Thanks. SELECT lp.loan_id, lp.days_delinquent, lp.current_balance, pc.product_name FROM mtgwl.loan_payment lp inner join mtgwl.deal_loan_relation dlr on lp.loan_id=dlr.loan_id and lp.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and lp.as_of_date='2006-04-30' and dlr.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and dlr.type='DEAL' inner join mtgwl.deal_loan_relation pdr on dlr.deal_id=pdr.loan_id and pdr.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and pdr.type='PRODUCT' inner join mtgwl.product_control pc on pc.product_id=pdr.deal_id and pc.time_out='9999-12-31-23.59.59.0' and pc.product_name='GSAMP 2003 AHL'

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is it possible to join tables in vb that accesses an ACCESS db by using the WHERE clause to join tables instead of the INNER JOIN clause? if i can , what is the difference ? thanks

Help Please With Multiple Outer Joins To Return All Records From Main Table www.access-programmers.co.uk

I have this query in design view and in an asp page and it works fine: SELECT dbo_feedback.*, dbo_origin.originName, dbo_product.prodname, dbo_category.catName FROM dbo_product INNER JOIN (dbo_origin INNER JOIN ((dbo_feedback INNER JOIN (dbo_category INNER JOIN links_cat ON dbo_category.catID = links_cat.CatID) ON dbo_feedback.id = links_cat.FeedbackID) INNER JOIN links_product ON dbo_feedback.id = links_product.FeedbackID) ON dbo_origin.originID = dbo_feedback.origin) ON dbo_product.prodID = links_product.ProductID; BUT, I want to return all feedback entries, even if they have no matching Product or Category. :confused: When I change the inner joins to outer joins I get a syntax error in the browser window. I changed the join type in the relationship diagram in Access and tried to recreate this in query designer, but Access says the statement cannot be executed because of ambiguous outer joins. FYI, one feedback can have many products, many categories, and only one origin. I have the joins correct and enforced. Please help, thanks!!!

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Hi all, I have the following tables: A1 == HostID Name RunID ------ ---- ----- 1 host1 NULL 2 host2 1 3 host3 NULL A2 == RunID SessionID ----- --------- 1 4 2 2 A3 == SessionID Name --------- ---- 4 Session1 2 Session3 I want to show every record from A1 with SessionName from A3, unless the field RunID in A1 is NULL and then I want to see NULL, like this: HostID Name RunID Name ------ ---- ----- ---- 1 host1 NULL NULL 2 host2 1 Session1 3 host3 NULL NULL when I try the following query: select A1.*, A3.Name from A1, A2, A3 where A1.RunId *= A2.RunId and A2.SessionID = A3.SessionID I get the following error: The table 'A2' is an inner member of an outer-join clause. This is not allowed if the table also participates in a regular join clause. How can I overcome this problem. Please help. (I use this syntax istead of joins since I have to supprt also Oracle DB and this syntax is simpler to translate). Thanks in advance, Yaron

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The below query seems to be very slow : select distinct a.* from test a inner join test1 b on b.col1 = a.col1 inner join test2 c on c.col2 = a.col2 where exists (select NULL from test3 d where (d.col3 = a.col3 or a.col3 is null)) All the columns involved in the WHERE clause and JOIN conditions have index. Is there� any alternative available for the above which can increase the performance ? Please advice, Thanks, Smitha

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Hello,I've got an SQL join query running over a MS Access DB with ADO 2.5. The query is quite complicated and basically, I want just some of the resulting rows. So I wrote something likeCode:SELECT * FROM (Table1 INNER JOIN Table2 ON Table1.ID= Table2.Key) INNER JOIN Table3 ON Table2.ID=Table3.Key) WHERE Table1.Something=ValueWell, I would like to make it more efficient in the sense that it does not produce all rows and then select just that with Something=Value, but first reduce the number of rows selected from Table1 and then perform the JOIN operations.I tried thisCode:SELECT * FROM ((SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE Table1.Something=Value) INNER JOIN Table2 ON Table1.ID= Table2.Key) INNER JOIN Table3 ON Table2.ID=Table3.Key)andCode:SELECT * FROM (Table1 INNER JOIN Table2 ON Table1.ID= Table2.Key WHERE Table1.Something=Value) INNER JOIN Table3 ON Table2.ID=Table3.Key)but none of these works. Access complains about syntax errors etc.How do I reduce the number of rows BEFORE the JOIN?Thanks

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Hi,I'm starting to really hate the Data Environment Query Designer. The following query works with no problems in Access but not it the designer.SELECT DISTINCTROW Service.ServiceName AS `Service/Product`, SUM(Service.ServicePrice) AS `Total`, " Service " AS `Flag`FROM Service INNER JOIN `Session2` ON Service.ServiceID = Session2.ServiceIDWHERE NOT Session2.Free AND NOT Session2.PaidGROUP BY Session2.ServiceID, Service.ServiceNameUNION SELECT DISTINCTROW Product.ProductName AS `Service/Product`, SUM(Product .ProductPrice * Purchase.PurchaseQuantity) AS `Total`, " Purchase " AS `Flag` FROM Product INNER JOIN Purchase ON Product.ProductID = Purchase.ProductID WHERE NOT Purchase.Free AND NOT Purchase.Paid GROUP BY Purchase.ProductID, Product.ProductNameVerifying the statement gives the following errors:Error in SELECT clause: expression near 'DISTINCTROW'Missing FROM clauseError in SELECT clause: expression near '"'Error in WHERE clause near 'Session2'Unable to parse query textAfter I press OK it puts a blank space after Product, so Product.ProductName becomes Product .ProductNameRemoving DISTINCTROW gives this errors and the extra space after Product:Error in SELECT clause: expression near '"'Error in WHERE clause near 'Session2'Error in WHERE clause near 'Purchase'Unable to parse query textThe Query Designer also game me an Unknown error when I had the table name Session (even with [] or ``) so I had to change the name to Session2.Weird stuff, I'm getting annoyedThanks in advance

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Hi,  I really need some help trying to figure out why my gridview is not working when I create a custom sql statement. It "executes" the query, but gives me an error message when I "test the query". Here is the error message: "There was an error executing the query. Please check the syntax of the command and if present, the types and values of the parameters and ensure they are correct. Syntax error: Expecting '.', identifier or quoted identifier." Here is my sql statement: SELECT     TBLPROJECTS.NAME, TBLPROJECTTYPES.NAME AS PROJECTTYPE, TBLPROJECTS.DESCRIPTION, TBLUSERS_1.LOGIN AS OWNERNAME,                       TBLUSERS.LOGIN AS MANAGERNAME, TBLPROJECTS.START_DATE, TBLPROJECTS.END_DATE, TBLAOI.NAME AS AREAOFINTEREST,                       TBLPROJECTS.MANPOWER, TBLUNITS.NAME AS MANPOWERUNIT FROM         TBLPROJECTS INNER JOIN                      TBLAOI ON TBLPROJECTS.AOI_ID = TBLAOI.ID INNER JOIN                      TBLPROJECTTYPES ON TBLPROJECTS.PROJECTTYPE_ID = TBLPROJECTTYPES.ID INNER JOIN                      TBLUNITS ON TBLPROJECTS.MANPOWERUNITS_ID = TBLUNITS.ID INNER JOIN                      TBLUSERS ON TBLPROJECTS.MANAGER_ID = TBLUSERS.ID INNER JOIN                      TBLUSERS TBLUSERS_1 ON TBLPROJECTS.OWNER_ID = TBLUSERS_1.ID I have tested it on a new project and still it does not work, I cannot find any problem, please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

Recordset Intersection In Access forums.aspfree.com

I'm trying to find the intersection of recordsets that result from two SELECT queries, but (to the best of my meager knowledge) Access doesn't support the INTERSECT clause. Are there alternative ways to perform this operation in a single query? I read a few posts that suggested LEFT JOIN, but I am not sure about how to combine a left join w/ the inner joins I am using to retrieve my data. My SQL statement would read as follows if Access supported INTERSECT: ~~~~ SELECT * FROM (Table1 INNER JOIN Table2 On Table1.A = Table2.B) INNER JOIN Table3 ON Table2.C = Table3.D WHERE (Table1.X = True) AND (Table3.Y = True) INTERSECT SELECT * FROM (Table1 INNER JOIN Table2 On Table1.A = Table2.B) INNER JOIN Table3 ON Table2.E = Table3.D WHERE (Table1.X = True) AND (Table3.Y = True) ~~~~

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I have a function that generates SQL statements to run through a connection execute command.Code:         'construct update clause        clause = "Update jobschedule " & vbCrLf        clause = clause & "Set jobschedule.machineid = '" & rsRules!MachineID & "'"        clause = clause & ", optimised = " & OptimisedVal & vbCrLf        clause = clause & "From WOStats as w" & vbCrLf        clause = clause & "Where jobschedule.Status >= 2 And jobschedule.worksorderno = w.worksorderno" & vbCrLf        clause = clause & " and right(jobschedule.bartype,2) " & rsRules!DiameterOp & " " & rsRules!diametervalue & vbCrLf 'diameter        clause = clause & " and jobschedule.shapecode " & StraightOp & vbCrLf ' straight        clause = clause & " and jobschedule.barlength " & rsRules!bmlengthOp & " " & rsRules!bmlengthvalue & vbCrLf ' bar length        clause = clause & " and jobschedule.barweight " & rsRules!bmweightOp & " " & rsRules!bmweightvalue & vbCrLf ' barweight        clause = clause & " and w.WOWeight " & rsRules!OrderWeightOp & " " & rsRules!orderweightvalue & vbCrLf 'order weight        clause = clause & " and w.WObars " & rsRules!OrderBarsOp & " " & rsRules!orderbarsvalue & vbCrLf ' order barsI'm sure the SQL syntax is correct as I've run the same syntax through query analyser. Though I am applying the update to an access database. However if get an error on the "From WOStats as w" line. I need the join in the update statement to cover the final two conditions in the where statement.Can anyone tell me why it's not working?Also is there a restriction to the length of the SQL statement eg 255 characters?Mike

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I am trying to run a query against an access db, but keep getting the following error msg:Syntax Error (missing operator) in query expressionHere is the query:Set oConn = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") oConn.Open sConnSet oRS = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")oRS.Open "SELECT product.name,prod_amt.amount From transact " & _ "INNER JOIN prod_rel ON (transact.transactionid = prod_rel.transactionid) " & _ "INNER JOIN prod_amt ON (prod_rel.amountid = prod_amt.amountid) " & _ "INNER JOIN product ON (prod_rel.productid = product.productid) " & _ "Where transact.TransactionID = 1", oConn, 3 'adOpenStatic=3Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

SQL Server :: How To Update Query In SQL forums.asp.net

i am having problems updating my user_tbl and i was wondering if anyone could hely me with the syntax. I am only new to this. Here is my code : UPDATE User_tbl SET User_tbl.user_credit_limit = user_credit_limit - '" + txtCalender.Text + "' * product_price FROM User_tbl INNER JOIN Order_tbl ON User_tbl.users_id = Order_tbl.customer_id INNER JOIN Order_details_tbl ON Order_tbl.order_id = Order_details_tbl.order_id INNER JOIN Product_tbl ON Order_details_tbl.product_id = Product_tbl.product_id WHERE users_id = (select username LIKE '"+ txtUser1.Text.Trim() +"')

SQL Query Syntax forums.databasejournal.com

I recently wrote a query similar to this: Select e.name, e.employee_id, d.department_name from employees e,departments d where e.department_id = d.department_id An associate recommended that I change this query to add the words INNER JOIN like this: Select e.name, e.employee_id, d.department_name from employees e inner join departments d on e.department_id = d.department_id I was of the understanding that the first query was Microsoft SQL Syntax, and that the second example was ANSI SQL syntax, but that they executed on the server the same way. My associate however thinks that the second example will execute faster. Would anyone like to confirm this?

Limit Joins (or Plain Improve Qry) www.sqlteam.com

Hi, I got a qry that takes 10s. This is off course too long. As I described in my earlier posts, I'm no sql hero, but I'm on a neverending quest to improve. Currently I need a select statement over several (7) tables and return fields from almost all of them. Furthermore I have optional restrictions on fields spread over all those tables, based on a set of parameters. What I initially do is inner join all my tables and then have a big where clause that adds where-rules depending on the arguments given. Like so: select c.clr_id, n.clr_nm, co.long_nm, p.paint_cd, a.appl_desc, m.modl_nm, y.yr_num from CLR c inner join paint_cd p on c.clr_id = p.clr_id inner join clr_use_yr y on y.clr_id = c.clr_id inner join co on co.co_id = c.co_id inner join modl m on y.modl_id = m.modl_id inner join clr_appl ca on c.clr_id = ca.clr_id inner join appl a on ca.appl_cd = a.appl_cd inner join clr_nm n on c.clr_id = n.clr_id WHERE (CASE @regn when '' THEN '' ELSE n.regn_cd END) like (CASE @regn when '' THEN '' ELSE @regn END) AND (CASE @co when '' THEN '' ELSE co.long_nm END) like (CASE @co when '' THEN '' ELSE @co END) AND (CASE @clrNm when '' THEN '' ELSE n.clr_nm END) like (CASE @clrNm when '' THEN '' ELSE @clrNm END) AND (CASE @paintCd when '' THEN '' ELSE p.paint_cd END) like (CASE @paintCd when '' THEN '' ELSE @paintCd END) AND (CASE @applDc when '' THEN '' ELSE a.appl_desc END) like (CASE @applDc when '' THEN '' ELSE @applDc END) AND (CASE @useYear when '' THEN '' ELSE cast(y.yr_num as varchar(4)) end) like (CASE @useYear when '' THEN '' else @useYear END) AND (CASE @modlNm when '' THEN '' ELSE m.modl_Nm END) like (CASE @modlNm when '' THEN '' ELSE @modlNm END) It appeared to me that by getting those where clauses in the join, I would limit the calculations. So the joins where similar to this: inner join paint_cd p on c.clr_id = p.clr_id AND (CASE @paintCd when '' THEN '' ELSE p.paint_cd END) like (CASE @paintCd when '' THEN '' ELSE @paintCd END) The result though, was exactly the same. So, where in my thinking am I wrong and what is the correct way to go about this?

Syntax Error(missing Operator) www.vbforums.com

I tried executing the following query,but it returned to me an error message:"Syntax error(missing operator) in query expression Btest.BID=Bintervallist.BID inner Join BClient on Btest.BClientID=BClient.BClientID"I am using VB6 and access databaseVB Code:rs1.Open "Select * from Btest inner Join Bintervallist on Btest.BID=Bintervallist.BID inner Join BClient on Btest.BClientID=BClient.BClientID where Btest.BDate=#" & fdate & "#", cn, adOpenKeyset, adLockPessimistic thanks

OleDbDataAdapter.Fill Error? www.vbforums.com

I am trying to create a Web service and I was able to create one using a simple query.ow the query I want to use is below but I am getting a syntax error. The old query used one inner join but this one uses two inner join and a left inner join What am I doing wrong? Dim ds As New DataSet() Dim oAdapter As New OleDbDataAdapter Dim sQuery As String = "SELECT c.pkPersonnel," _ [code].....

Syntac Error (missing Operator) bytes.com

Hi - I can get this to work in SQL Server - but when also trying to make the application compatible with MS Access I get an error: Select tblfaqnetgroups.group_name from tblfaqnetroles Inner Join tblfaqnetgroups ON tblfaqnetroles.group_id = tblfaqnetgroups.group_id Inner Join tblaccess ON tblfaqnetroles.user_id = tblaccess.user_id AND tblaccess.user_id = 1 The error in Access is: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression'tblfaqnetroles.group_id = tblfaqnetgroups.group_id Inner Join tblaccess ON tblfaqnetroles.user_id = tblaccess.user_id' Any help would be much appreciated, *** Sent via Developersdex http://www.developersdex.com *** Don't just participate in USENET...get rewarded for it!

Missing Operator In Query forums.aspfree.com

Hi everyone, I have a problem with a query. Just for info, I export some table from SQL to access. The same query in SQL work fine but when I try in Access come out this error: ------------------------------------------------------------------ Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'tbl_Style.FABRICID = tbl_Info.Infoid INNER JOIN tbl_Info AS tbl_Info_1 ON tbl_Info.Parent = tbl_Info_1.Infoid'. ------------------------------------------------------------------ The query: SELECT tbl_Style.STYLECODE, tbl_Info_1.Infodata AS [Fabric Type] FROM tbl_Style INNER JOIN tbl_Info ON tbl_Style.FABRICID = tbl_Info.Infoid INNER JOIN tbl_Info AS tbl_Info_1 ON tbl_Info.Parent = tbl_Info_1.Infoid I appreciate your help. Regards, Tombino

Query Problem (missing Operator) www.access-programmers.co.uk

Hi everyone, I have a problem with a query. Just for info, I export some table from SQL to access. The same quary in SQL work fine but when I try in Access come out this error: ------------------------------------------------------------------ Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'tbl_Style.FABRICID = tbl_Info.Infoid INNER JOIN tbl_Info AS tbl_Info_1 ON tbl_Info.Parent = tbl_Info_1.Infoid'. ------------------------------------------------------------------ The query: SELECT tbl_Style.STYLECODE, tbl_Info_1.Infodata AS [Fabric Type] FROM tbl_Style INNER JOIN tbl_Info ON tbl_Style.FABRICID = tbl_Info.Infoid INNER JOIN tbl_Info AS tbl_Info_1 ON tbl_Info.Parent = tbl_Info_1.Infoid I appreciate your help. Regards, Tombino

Invalid Column Name A1 (was &"Query Help&") forums.devshed.com

I am trying to develop this query in MSSQL but am having a problem with the syntax. I don't know why but the query is breaking on 'Invalid Column Name A1'. Here is my query. Code: SELECT Groups.GroupID, Sum(Stages_On_Route.Distance) AS Miles_Covered, Groups.Group_Name FROM Groups INNER JOIN ((Route INNER JOIN Departure ON (Route.GroupID=Departure.GroupID) AND (Route.RouteID=Departure.RouteID)) INNER JOIN Stages_On_Route ON Route.RouteID=Stages_On_Route.RouteID) ON Groups.GroupID=Departure.GroupID GROUP BY Groups.GroupID, Groups.Group_Name HAVING (((Groups.GroupID)="A1"));

One Big Query Or Use Temporary Table? forums.databasejournal.com

Hi, Can any of you tell me what is right? When we are writing a big query that against to 25+ tables (it has lots of lookup and lots of business logic in it so it will have lots of left outer joins, right outer joins, inner join, UNION, group by, and lots of SQL server functions) should we put everything in one select statement? Or we should create lots of temporary tables and then join them together? My friend told me that I should use one statement instead of lots of temp tables in order to reduce the physical read. He does not like the temp table idea since there will be lots of user running the query in the same time and it will use lots of space. But I don�t believe that is true. (I believe when you put everything in one statement, SQL server still needs to create the result set in the temp db.) There will be lots of join going on and it could hurt the performance. I believe that 1.We should create the temp tables and then join the temp tables together later to get the final results. we can create the index on the temp table at runtime. 2.If the order of columns in the index does not match to our where clause, then the index is useless. 3.If there is a SQL function in the where clause, the index is useless. (for example, where Datepart(yy, orderdate)=�1998�) 4.If there is a NOT in the where clause, the index is useless. What do you think? Are you agree with me? Following is the query. Is there any better way to do this? Select d.Description as Division, c.Description as Region, b.StateCode as State, b.FacilityNumber, b.Name as FacilityName, (Case When a.ExitDate Is Not Null Then Convert(Varchar(10),a.ExitDate,101) Else 'Pending' End) as PriorStdSurveyExit, (Case When a.ExitDate Is Not Null And a.IJValid > 0 Then Convert(Varchar(10),a.ExitDate+89,101) Else '' End) as ThreeMonthWindow, (Case When a.ExitDate Is Not Null Then Convert(Varchar(10),a.ExitDate+179,101) When a.IJValid > 0 Then Convert(Varchar(10),a.ExitDate+179,101) Else 'Pending' End) as SixMonthWindow, (Case When a.ExitDate Is Not Null Then Convert(Varchar(10),a.ExitDate+450,101) When a.IJValid > 0 Then Convert(Varchar(10),a.ExitDate+450,101) Else 'Pending' End) as FifteenMonthWindow From ( Select a.FacilityNumber, a.ExitDate, IsNull(b.FacilityNumber,0) as IJValid From ( Select b.FacilityNumber, Max(a.ExitDate) as ExitDate From Survey a Inner Join Facility b on (a.FacilityID = b.FacilityID) Inner Join SurveyFormatCode c on (a.SurveyFormatCodeID = c.SurveyFormatCodeID) Inner Join SurveyTypeCode d on (a.SurveyTypeCodeID = d.SurveyTypeCodeID) Where a.VerbalResultDate is Not Null And c.Description Like 'Standard%' And d.Description Like 'LTC%' And a.ExitDate <= @InDate Group By b.FacilityNumber ) a Left Join ( Select Distinct b.FacilityNumber From Survey a Inner Join Facility b on (a.FacilityID = b.FacilityID) Inner Join SurveyFormatCode c on (a.SurveyFormatCodeID = c.SurveyFormatCodeID) Inner Join SurveyTypeCode d on (a.SurveyTypeCodeID = d.SurveyTypeCodeID) Inner Join ComplianceRatingCode e on (a.ComplianceRatingCodeID = e.ComplianceRatingCodeID) Where a.VerbalResultDate is Not Null And (c.Description Like 'Standard%' And d.Description Like 'LTC%') And e.Description Like 'Category 4%' And a.ExitDate <= @InDate Union Select Distinct b.FacilityNumber From ( Select b.FacilityNumber, Max(a.ExitDate) as ExitDate From SurveyCitation e Inner Join Survey a on (a.SurveyID = e.SurveyID) Inner Join Facility b on (a.FacilityID = b.FacilityID) Inner Join SurveyFormatCode c on (a.SurveyFormatCodeID = c.SurveyFormatCodeID) Inner Join SurveyTypeCode d on (a.SurveyTypeCodeID = d.SurveyTypeCodeID) Inner Join Citation f on (e.CitationID = f.CitationID) Inner Join SSLetterCode g on (f.SSLetterCodeID = g.SSLetterCodeID) Where a.VerbalResultDate is Not Null And d.Description Like 'LTC%' And a.ExitDate <= @InDate And g.SSLetterCode in ('J','K','L') Group By b.FacilityNumber ) a Right Join ( Select b.FacilityNumber, Max(a.ExitDate) as ExitDate From SurveyCitation e Inner Join Survey a on (a.SurveyID = e.SurveyID) Inner Join Facility b on (a.FacilityID = b.FacilityID) Inner Join SurveyFormatCode c on (a.SurveyFormatCodeID = c.SurveyFormatCodeID) Inner Join SurveyTypeCode d on (a.SurveyTypeCodeID = d.SurveyTypeCodeID) Where a.VerbalResultDate is Not Null And c.Description Like 'Standard%' And d.Description Like 'LTC%' And a.ExitDate <= @InDate Group By b.FacilityNumber ) b on (a.FacilityNumber = b.FacilityNumber) Where a.ExitDate >= b.ExitDate ) b on (a.FacilityNumber = b.FacilityNumber) ) a Right Join Facility b on (a.FacilityNumber = b.FacilityNumber) Left Join Region c on (b.RegionID = c.RegionID) Left Join Division d on (c.DivisionID = d.DivisionID) Order By d.Description, c.Description, b.FacilityNumber

INTERSECT Clause In JET Database www.vbcity.com

I think Intersect clause is not implemented in Jet 4 Database Engine (MS ACCESS)I have read this clause can be implemented using an Inner JoinBut I would like to implement an Intersect (or an Inner Join) in two subsets of the SAME table. Is it possible?thx

SQL Inner Join Clause And The Where Clause social.msdn.microsoft.com

Hi everyone, I saw some queries where SQL inner join clause and the where clause is used at the same time. I knew that "on" is used instead of the "where" clause. Would anyone please exaplin me why both "where" and "on" clause is used in some sql Select queries ? Thanks

DataSource Controls :: Trying To Place A Filter By "MONTH(irActivity.ActivityDate) = 1)" forums.asp.net

I'm trying to count the number of activities in a month without using the Case When clause This is what I was able to produce so far SELECT COUNT(MONTH(irActivity.ActivityDate)) AS 'JAN' FROM irActivity INNER JOIN pdEmployee ON irActivity.Act = pdEmployee.Act ORDER BY 'JAN' I'm trying to place a filter by "MONTH(irActivity.ActivityDate) = 1)" Which then gives me a syntax error

Update Query Statement ? www.dbforums.com

Hi, The below query has some problem : update (table1 inner join table2 on table1.sno = table2.sno) inner join table3 on table2.sno1 = table3.sno set table1.sno1 = 2 SQL Server 2000, throws a syntax error :'Incorrect syntax near keyword '(' ' on executing the above statement. Please advice 'what is the error in the above statement ? ' Thanks, Sam

Oracle Query Input Parameter Question social.msdn.microsoft.com

I am using reporting services in VS 2005 to create a report, database is Oracle 9i . I know I can't use MSSQL query syntax to query in my case, so how to write a Oracle query that accept a input parameter AND work at VS 2005 .rdl report? the MSSQL version of the query I want is: Select * from TableA inner join TableB On TableB.id = TableA.id Where TableA.name = @BPARAM1 but because i am connecting with a Oracle database, @BARAM1 will not work. After VS 2005 pop out a parameter dialog and ask for @BARAM1 value, it will give out ORA-00936 error because Oracle use : instand of @. So I change my query to: Oracle version: Select * from TableA inner join TableB On TableB.id = TableA.id Where TableA.name = :BARAM1 Here is the problem, it throw me another error ORA-00936 , I believe it mean :BARAM1 has not assign any value yet? Someone can help me rewrite my query would be most appreciate. Thanks

Correct SQL Syntax www.vbcity.com

strSQL = "SELECT * FROM tblDeal d, Customer c, SoldVehicle sv " & _        "INNER JOIN Customer ON d.custid=c.CustomerID " & _        "AND INNER JOIN d.vehid=sv.VehicleID " & _        "ORDER BY d.id"Help. I can't remember the correct SQL syntax for joining tables. I dunno what I have done wrong. I think you can join three tables ... right?

How To Break Sql Code forums.devshed.com

Hello guys, I have a problem. The sql code you see here is too long, I need to put another where clause in it but i can't type any characters at the end of the code. How can i break this code in more lines?DoCmd.RunSQL "INSERT INTO tblTempSelectie SELECT tblGemeenten.GEM_NAAM, tblLandstreek.LSK_NAAM, tblTellingen.DAG, tblTellingen.MAAND, tblTellingen.JAAR, tblTellingen.HERH_GETAL, tblTellingen.DAG_DEEL_N, tblTellingen.DEEL_TELGE, tblTellingen.YS_NR, tblTellingen.SNEEUW_NR, tblTellingen.S1, tblTellingen.S2, tblTellingen.S3, tblTellingen.S4, tblTellingen.S5, tblTellingen.S6, tblTellingen.S7, tblTellingen.S8, tblTellingen.S9, tblTellingen.S10, tblVogelsoorten.NED_NAAM, tblWaarnemingen.AANTAL FROM tblVogelsoorten INNER JOIN (((tblLandstreek INNER JOIN (tblGemeenten INNER JOIN tblTelgebieden ON tblGemeenten.TGD_GEMNR=tblTelgebieden.TGD_GEMNR) ON tblLandstreek.TGD_LSKNR=tblTelgebieden.TGD_LSKNR) INNER JOIN tblTellingen ON tblTelgebieden.TEL_GEBIED=tblTellingen.TEL_GEBIED) INNER JOIN tblWaarnemingen ON tblTellingen.TEL_NR=tblWaarnemingen.TEL_NR) ON tblVogelsoorten.EUR_NR=tblWaarnemingen.EUR_NR WHERE tblTellingen.MAAND BETWEEN " & a1 & " AND " & b1 & " AND tblTellingen.JAAR BETWEEN " & c1 & " AND " & d1 & " "

2 Questions, 1 SQL, 1 Basic www.xtremevbtalk.com

Ok, first off: I'm trying to pull my own query from an Access database. Now the query is already made, and i've tried "SELECT * FROM query_name" but that doesn't work. Doesn't seem to want to let me pull from a query, which is fine. (Unless there is a way to do this. I'd much rather do it this way.)As I tried to work around it I found the SQL syntax from Access and plugged it in to my execute command like so: Set dbConn1 = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection"): dbConn1.Open "MRP", "", "" Set dbrs = dbConn1.Execute("SELECT ServiceOrders.ServiceOrder, ServiceOrders.JobNo, Orders.OrderDate, Customers.ContactFirstName, Customers.ContactLastName, Orders.[Job Address], Orders.Street, ServiceOrders.Occupied, Customers.PhoneNumber " & _ "FROM Purchase Orders INNER JOIN Customers INNER JOIN Orders ON Customers.AccountNumber = Orders.[Account No] INNER JOIN ServiceOrders ON Orders.[Lighthouse Job No] = ServiceOrders.JobNo AND Orders.[Lighthouse Job No] = ServiceOrders.JobNo ON [Purchase Orders].JobNumber = Orders.[Lighthouse Job No] " & _ "WHERE ((([Purchase Orders].Closed)=0));")And that gives me an error on the inner From clause. I originally had parenthesis around the inner join parts, and that generated an error in the Inner Join statements. Here is the SQL directly from Access:SELECT ServiceOrders.ServiceOrder, ServiceOrders.JobNo, Orders.OrderDate, Customers.ContactFirstName, Customers.ContactLastName, Orders.[Job Address], Orders.Street, ServiceOrders.Occupied, Customers.PhoneNumberFROM [Purchase Orders] INNER JOIN ((Customers INNER JOIN Orders ON Customers.AccountNumber = Orders.[Account No]) INNER JOIN ServiceOrders ON (Orders.[Lighthouse Job No] = ServiceOrders.JobNo) AND (Orders.[Lighthouse Job No] = ServiceOrders.JobNo)) ON [Purchase Orders].JobNumber = Orders.[Lighthouse Job No]WHERE ((([Purchase Orders].Closed)=0));Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.Also, I want to display and print reports from the results of these recordsets. What would be the best way to go about this? Recordsets could be as large as 1,000 records or more, but will usually hover around the 200-500 mark.Thank you all for your time.

Transact SQL forums.asp.net

I have the following SELECT statement. It returns the first record from EVENT_TEACHERS. I want the last record. 'iID' is the unique identifier so I want to select this stuff where iID is max. How can I add this to my string? I can't get the block out of my head of wanting to put the aggregate in the WHERE clause. str = "SELECT vwStaffList4Assessment.*, EVENT_TEACHERS.iID, EVENT_TEACHERS.iAsmtID, ASMT.* FROM EVENT_TEACHERS INNER JOIN ASMT ON EVENT_TEACHERS.iAsmtID = ASMT.iAsmtID INNER JOIN vwStaffList4Assessment ON ASMT.DVN=vwStaffList4Assessment.DVN" Thanks

C# - Best Way To Add A Column To An Existing Dataset stackoverflow.com

I have two extremely long queries that I am running on multiple tables, using an INNER JOIN. The only difference between these two queries is that they take different input values for one of the WHERE clauses, which they get from two separate DropDownLists. The results of these queries are identical, save for the time1/time2 columns.string query1 = "select Name = t1.name, time1=(SELECT hours FROM table3 WHERE street=list1.selectedvalue), t2.address from [table1] t1 INNER JOIN [table2] t2 ON t1.param = t2.param ORDER BY Name"

What Is Wrong With My Statement? www.sqlteam.com

I actualy using SQL server 2005. I'm a stored procedure and it's accusing error near '=' that is in case clause. Do you know in what I'm wrong? Select u.nick as 'user', l.nick as 'last_user', t.* from threads t inner join users u on t.user_id = u.user_id inner join users l on t.last_user_id = l.user_id where t.creation > @Period and forum_id=(@forum_id) and case when @PageType = 'votacao' then t.votacao = 1 end, case when @PageType = 'topicos' then t.votacao = 0 end, case when @PageType = 'todos' then end Thank you very much in advance.

Maximum Number Of Tables That Can Be Inner Joined? www.vbcity.com

Hi,using VB6, MS Access, DAO i had posted a question about inner join and i was able to get it to work on a test database and inner joined 3 tables, but when I tried to join my actual database, i had to join 8 tables, i get an error saying "join operation not supported", i was wondering if there is a limitation on how many tables you could inner join, and if there is a limitation what would be a way around it?my sql statement is as follows...Code:sqlstr = "SELECT *, carriers.*, users.*, clarify.*, clarifysub.*, ensemble.*, escalationstatus.*, escalationtype.*, porttypes.*,     smg.* from (((((((( escalation inner join carriers on escalation.spid = carriers.spid)" & _         " inner join status on escalation.statusid = status.statusid)" & _         " inner join clarify on escalation.clarifysid = clarify.clarifysid)" & _         " inner join clarifysub on escalation.clarifysubid = clarify.clarifysubid)" & _         " inner join ensemble on escalation.ensembleid = ensemble.emsemble.id)" & _         " inner join escalationstatus on escalation.statusid = escalationstatus.statusid)" & _         " inner join escalationtype on escalation.etypeid = escalationtype.etypeid)" & _         " inner join porttypes on escalation.porttypeid = porttypes.porttypeid)" & _         " inner join smg on escalation.smgid = smg.smgid where lgno=" & Trim(currentID) & ""I would appreciate all the help.thanxKinara

Selecting Field And Sum Of Field Issues Error. www.sqlteam.com

With this query: SELECT Table1.1ID, Table1.Field1, Table2.2ID, Table2.Field1, Table3.3ID, Table3.Field1, sum(Table1.Field1), sum(Table2.Field1), sum(Table3.Field1) FROM Table1 INNER JOIN Table2 ON Table1.1ID = Table2.2ID INNER JOIN Table3 ON Table2.2ID = Table3.3ID I get this error: Column 'fieldname' is invalid in the select list because it is not contained in an aggregate function and there is no GROUP BY clause. Is it because you can't do what I'm trying above or am I missing something? Thank you! --PhB

How To Get Last Payment And Amt Of All forums.asp.net

This will get me what I need based on an entered client id, but what is I want it to return the last payment date and amt for all loans? I tried removing the two where clauses and it only returned the last payment entered but not for all loans.SELECT dbo.tblLoan.Client_ID, MAX(dbo.tblPayments.PaymentDate) AS [Last Pay Date], SUM(dbo.tblPayments.AmountPaid) AS [Last Pay Amt] FROM dbo.tblLoan INNER JOIN dbo.tblPayments ON dbo.tblLoan.Loan_ID = dbo.tblPayments.Loan_ID WHERE (dbo.tblLoan.Client_ID = @Client_ID) AND dbo.tblPayments.PaymentDate = ( SELECT TOP 1 p.PaymentDate FROM dbo.tblPayments p INNER JOIN dbo.tblLoan l ON l.Loan_ID = p.Loan_ID WHERE l.Client_ID = @Client_ID ORDER BY p.PaymentDate DESC ) GROUP BY dbo.tblLoan.Client_ID 

CASE Query social.msdn.microsoft.com

Hi, The below query should only use the AND parts if the variables contain a value. How do I fix the CASE clause?? Thanks. Code Block SELECT SeniorMgr, Manager FROM Client f INNER JOIN Portfolio p ON p.ClientID = f.ClientID INNER JOIN Staff s ON (s.ClientID = p.ClientID) AND (s.FundID = p.PortfolioID) AND (s.ClientID = f.ClientID) WHERE s.ClientID = @ClientID AND s.FundID = @FundID CASE WHEN @SeniorManager != '' THEN AND SeniorMgr = @SeniorManager CASE WHEN @Manager != '' THEN AND Manager = @Manager END

Page 3 - Multiple Tables Without Relationship forums.devshed.com

Inner join vs outer join: Inner join will remove rows from the first table if there is not a corresponding row in the 2nd table. Outer join will keep the rows, and use all NULL values to fill in the gaps in the 2nd table. In general outer joins are more likely to grow a result set and inner joins are more likely to shrink one (though that will depend on the data and the query). For this reason, it is usually better when building complex queries to try to do your inner joins before your outer joins, because then you will keep your result set smaller for longer and thus the later joins can run faster.

Combining DISTINCT, TOP And ORDER BY?? www.xtremevbtalk.com

OK. How do I go about getting the TOP 10 (most recent) entries from a database table while using the DISTINCT sql command with it? I'm querying 4 tables using inner joins. From the tblJob table, all I want is the last 10 entries which have a matching custID and I don't want duplicates on the destID fields. Here's what I have so far: Code:SELECT Top 10 DISTINCT tblJob.destID, tblJob.custID, tblDestination.destID, tblDestination.destAddr1, tblDestination.destAddr2, tblDestination.cityID, tblDestination.zoneID, tblZone.zoneID, tblZone.zoneName, tblCity.cityID, tblCity.cityName, tblCity.stateID, tblJob.jobStatusFROM ((tblJob INNER JOIN tblDestination ON tblJob.destID = tblDestination.destID) INNER JOIN tblCity ON tblCity.cityID = tblDestination.cityID) INNER JOIN tblZone ON tblDestination.zoneID = tblZone.zoneIDWHERE tblJob.custID = 2 AND tblCity.StateID = 11 AND tblJob.jobStatus = 'Completed'ORDER BY tblJob.jobID DESCIf I remove the TOP 10 AND the ORDER BY clause then this query works (even though there are only 2 matching records in the database table right now). But with the ORDER BY clause in there, I get this error:Quote:ORDER BY clause (tblJob.jobID) conflicts with DistinctIf I remove the ORDER BY clause but put the TOP 10 back in, then I get this error:Quote:Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'Distinct tblJob.destID'I can't understand why a Distinct on the tblJob.destID field would cause a sorting problem with the tblJob field?And is there anyway to combine TOP, DISTINCT, & ORDER BY in one SQL statement?Oh, by the way, I'm running VB 6.0 and Access 2000.Thank you in advance for any help that you can give.DTFan

Yet Another Challenge forums.databasejournal.com

Using conditional statements within a SQL query are just killing me. I want to add an AND clause to a query, conditional on the value of a parameter. The code I currently have is like this: DECLARE @ad varchar(50) SET @ad = NULL SELECT tblPropertyData.propStreet, tblPropertyData.propCity, tblPropertyData.propState, tblPropertyData.propZip, tblInfoData.PTFileNumber, tblSaleData.OrigSaleDate, tblInfoData.Status, tblInfoData.OrigGrantor FROM tblInfoData INNER JOIN tblPropertyData ON tblInfoData.PTFileNumber = tblPropertyData.PTFileNumber INNER JOIN tblSaleData ON tblInfoData.PTFileNumber = tblSaleData.PTFileNumber WHERE (1 = 1) IF @ad IS NOT NULL AND tblPropertyData.propStreet = @ad This code throws an error on the last line. It reads, "Incorrect syntax near 'AND tblPropertyData.propStreet = @ad'.". This is stumping me. I'm taking the code from a Murach book, and my coding syntax seems close, if not identical, to the books. I can't figure this out. Help me or shoot me please.

Help: Converting Complex T-SQL JOIN To ANSI JOIN Style forums.databasejournal.com

Hi, if you consider yourself a SQL guru and want a challenge you might consider answearing this question: I'm converting some old T-SQL Syntax to fully ANSI compatible SQL syntax. I've converted some JOIN operations to ANSI JOIN without any problem until I ran into this: SELECT c.fldSettlementDate, d.Account, d.IBPortfolioID, d.IBCurrency, b.fldIBAmount, 0, a.fldLocalCurrencyAmount), 0, 0 FROM tblFlowTransaction a, tblInitialBalance b, tblBankDays c, tblTempTrans d WHERE c.fldSettlementDate= @datecounter AND c.fldSettlementDate *=a.fldSettlementDate ANDd.tcount= @accountcounter ANDd.Account= b.fldAccount ANDb.fldAccount *=a.fldAccount ANDd.IBCurrency= b.fldCurrency AND b.fldCurrency*=a.fldCurrency AND d.IBPortfolioID= b.fldPortfolioID ANDb.fldPortfolioID*=a.fldPortfolioID I've tried a lot of ways of converting this JOIN to ANSI JOIN but none of them returns the same result as the original T-SQL JOIN. My last try that didn't work is: SELECT c.fldSettlementDate, d.Account, d.IBPortfolioID, d.IBCurrency, b.fldIBAmount, 0, a.fldLocalCurrencyAmount, 0, 0 FROM tblTempTrans d INNER JOIN tblInitialBalance b ONd.Account= tblInitialBalance.fldAccount ANDd.IBCurrency= tblInitialBalance.fldCurrency AND d.IBPortfolioID= tblInitialBalance.fldPortfolioID AND d.tcount= @accountcounter, LEFT OUTER JOIN tblFlowTransaction a ONb.fldAccount = a.fldAccount AND b.fldCurrency= a.fldCurrency ANDb.fldPortfolioID= a.fldPortfolioID, RIGHT OUTER JOIN tblBankDays c ONa.fldSettlementDate= c.fldSettlementDate AND c.fldSettlementDate= @datecounter Does anyone have experience of converting these kinds of JOINS? How to approach the problem? Is there a "algorithm" you can use when you make the conversion or is it just "trial and error"? Grateful for any help & hints! /Henrik

DataSource Controls :: How To Optimize Query With Multiple Inner Joins forums.asp.net

I have one question regarding how to make the below mentioned type of query more optimized so that mine query perfomace can be increased. Select a.name1,a.address1,b.field3,c.field4,d.field6,e.field7 from a inner join b on a.id=b.id inner join c on c.id=b.id inner join d on d.id=c.id iner join e on e.id=d.id union all Select a1.name1,a1.address1,b1.field3,c.field4,d.field6,e.field7 from a1 inner join b1 on a1.id=b1.id inner join c on c.id=b1.id inner join d on d.id=c.id iner join e on e.id=d.id union all Select a2.name1,a2.address1,b2.field3,c.field4,d.field6,e.field7 from a2 inner join b2 on a2.id=b2.id inner join c on c.id=b2.id inner join d on d.id=c.id iner join e on e.id=d.id All the above three select query at last using the same inner join condition, means last two inner join condition are the same for all the select query. Is there any way so that this query can be optimized?

Pivoting A CTE social.msdn.microsoft.com

� I've done both a CTE and a pivot, but never together.� I did see a few examples out there and followed them, but mine isn't working.� I have four 'tables' within the CTE, and then my final select statement joins all of them and attempts to pivot.� My error is: � Msg 156, Level 15, State 1, Line 90 Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'PIVOT'. � � WITH TwoYrsActual (LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,Week_Idx, LocationType_Code, Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD,"06Actual") AS ( SELECT DISTINCT LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx AS 'Week_Idx', His.LocationType_Code AS 'LocationType_Code', His.Scenario_Idx AS 'Scenario_Idx', Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD AS '06Actual' FROM dbo.FactInventoryHistory HIS INNER JOIN DimLocation LOC ON His.LocationType_Code = Loc.LocationType_Code INNER JOIN DimDate Date ON His.Week_idx = Date.Date_Idx INNER JOIN DimScenario Scenario ON His.Scenario_Idx = Scenario.Scenario_Idx WHERE Scenario_Code = 'FY06A' GROUP BY LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx, His.LocationType_Code, His.Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD ), OneYearActual (LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name,FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,Week_Idx, LocationType_Code, Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, "07Actual") AS ( SELECT DISTINCT LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx AS 'Week_Idx', His.LocationType_Code AS 'LocationType_Code', His.Scenario_Idx AS 'Scenario_Idx', Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD AS '07Actual' FROM dbo.FactInventoryHistory HIS INNER JOIN DimLocation LOC ON His.LocationType_Code = Loc.LocationType_Code INNER JOIN DimDate Date ON His.Week_idx = Date.Date_Idx INNER JOIN DimScenario Scenario ON His.Scenario_Idx = Scenario.Scenario_Idx WHERE Scenario_Code = 'FY07A' GROUP BY LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx, His.LocationType_Code, His.Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD ), PresentYrActual (LocationType_Name,FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,Week_Idx, LocationType_Code, Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, "08Actual") AS ( SELECT LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx AS 'Week_Idx', His.LocationType_Code AS 'LocationType_Code', His.Scenario_Idx AS 'Scenario_Idx', Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD AS '08Actual' FROM dbo.FactInventoryHistory HIS INNER JOIN DimLocation LOC ON His.LocationType_Code = Loc.LocationType_Code INNER JOIN DimDate Date ON His.Week_idx = Date.Date_Idx INNER JOIN DimScenario Scenario ON His.Scenario_Idx = Scenario.Scenario_Idx WHERE Scenario_Code = 'FY08A' GROUP BY LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx, His.LocationType_Code, His.Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD ), � � PresentYrPlanned (LocationType_Name,FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,Week_Idx, LocationType_Code, Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedTY, ActualSalesAmtUSD) AS ( SELECT LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx AS 'Week_Idx', His.LocationType_Code AS 'LocationType_Code', His.Scenario_Idx AS 'Scenario_Idx', Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD AS PlannedTY, ActualSalesAmtUSD FROM dbo.FactInventoryHistory HIS INNER JOIN DimLocation LOC ON His.LocationType_Code = Loc.LocationType_Code INNER JOIN DimDate Date ON His.Week_idx = Date.Date_Idx INNER JOIN DimScenario Scenario ON His.Scenario_Idx = Scenario.Scenario_Idx WHERE Scenario_Code = 'FY08P' GROUP BY LocationType_Name, FiscalYear_Name, FiscalPeriodOfYear, FiscalWeekOfPeriod, FiscalWeekOfYear,His.Week_Idx, His.LocationType_Code, His.Scenario_Idx, Scenario_Code, PlannedSalesAmtUSD, ActualSalesAmtUSD ) � � select * from ( SELECT PresentYrActual.LocationType_Name, PresentYrActual.FiscalPeriodOfYear, PresentYrActual.FiscalWeekOfPeriod, PresentYrActual.FiscalWeekOfYear, PresentYrActual.LocationType_Code, PresentYrActual.Scenario_Idx, PresentYrActual.Scenario_Code, "08Actual", "07Actual", "06Actual",PlannedTY FROM PresentYrActual FULL OUTER JOIN OneYearActual ON PresentYrActual.FiscalWeekOfYear = OneYearActual.FiscalWeekOfYear AND PresentYrActual.LocationType_Code = OneYearActual.LocationType_Code FULL OUTER JOIN TwoYrsActual ON PresentYrActual.FiscalWeekOfYear = TwoYrsActual.FiscalWeekOfYear AND PresentYrActual.LocationType_Code = TwoYrsActual.LocationType_Code FULL OUTER JOIN PresentYrPlanned ON PresentYrActual.FiscalWeekOfYear = PresentYrPlanned.FiscalWeekOfYear AND PresentYrActual.LocationType_Code = PresentYrPlanned.LocationType_Code ) PIVOT ( SUM(PlannedTY) FOR PresentYrActual.LocationType_Code IN (C, M)) AS pivottable

Joining To Queries In SQL www.vbcity.com

I have two queries as followsqrytempSELECT tblActiveCourse.Cohort, tblStudentCourse.StudentIDFROM tblActiveCourse INNER JOIN tblStudentCourse ON         tblActiveCourse.ActiveCourseID = tblStudentCourse.ActivecourseIDWHERE tblStudentCourse.CurrentStatusID=2QryCompleteSELECT tblStudent.Surname, tblStudent.FirstName, tblStudent.Phone1,             tblStudent.Phone2, tblPreferedDays.PreferedDays,             tblStudentCourse.DateAdded, tblStudentCourse.IncludeDate,             tblStudentCourse.Note, tblStudentCourse.StudentCourseID,             tblStudentCourse.StudentID, tblStudentCourse.ActivecourseID,             tblStudentCourse.CurrentStatusID, qrytemp.CohortFROM qrytemp          RIGHT JOIN (tblPreferedDays          RIGHT JOIN ((tblCourse INNER JOIN tblStudentCourse ON tblCourse.CourseID =                             tblStudentCourse.CourseID)          INNER JOIN tblStudent ON tblStudentCourse.StudentID = tblStudent.StudentID)                            ON tblPreferedDays.PreferedDaysID =                             tblStudentCourse.PreferedDaysID) ON qrytemp.StudentID =                             tblStudentCourse.StudentIDWHERE (((tblStudentCourse.CurrentStatusID)=1) AND             ((tblStudentCourse.CourseID)=29))ORDER BY tblStudentCourse.DateAdded;What I want to do is have it all as one big SQL Statement. So instead of having a query joining a query I want to have some sort of join in SQL.The reason I had to do it like this is because i needed a WHERE clause in my qrytemp so that I didnt get duplicate rows and I didnt know how to implement this.I thought maybe I could do the first query like(SELECT *FROM ... WHERE ....) as tblTemp and then join those selected rows in SQL using tblTemp instead of qrytemp which is effectivley what joining to queries does.

Access97 SQL Syntax www.access-programmers.co.uk

I'm familiar with SQL but not with Access97 - some wierd syntax here! I'm creating a Query that is to Delete records from a table depending on a non-key field in a second table. I first tried an INNER JOIN DELETE Activity_Preferences.* FROM Activity_Preferences INNER JOIN Activity_Key Activity_Preferences.Activity_Key=Activity_Key.Act ivity_Key AND Activity_Key.Complete=1; which was initially accepted but then complained about the INNER JOIN after I went in a second time to 'fix' the error. I've finally got the following syntax accepted:- DELETE Activity_Preferences.* FROM Activity_Preferences, Activity_Key WHERE Activity_Preferences.Activity_Key=Activity_Key.Act ivity_Key AND Activity_Key.Complete=1; But when executed still gets the following error (same as for the INNER JOIN):-'Operation must use an updatable query'. What else is needed? J. :confused: