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SQL Query inner join?

Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hi there, need a query to fit the below, I have a similiar query where I've used inner joins but this requires 'where' from multiple tables.

Here it is in pseudo (kind of):

Select EventTitle, EventDateTime FROM dbo.Events Where Event ID=@EventID

Select CustID, FullTickets, HalfTickets, FreeTickets, MembersTickets, Price, PaymentMethod, StaffID, Notes, BookingID WHERE EventID=@EventID FROM dbo.Bookings

Select FirstName + ' ' + LastName As Name from dbo.customers WHERE CustID=@CustID (all CustID returned from above Bookings table query)

I need this all to be returned in one row though, hope it makes sense!

Thanks!
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Try this:

Select e.EventTitle, e.EventDateTime, b.CustID, b.FullTickets, b.HalfTickets, b.FreeTickets, b.MembersTickets, b.Price, b.PaymentMethod, b.StaffID, b.Notes, b.BookingID, c.FirstName + ' ' + c.LastName As Name  
FROM dbo.Events e inner join dbo.Bookings s on e.EventID = b.Event_ID
inner join dbo.customers on b.CustID = c.CustID
WHERE e.EventID=@EventID

Shawn
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by:garethh86
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you got a couple of letters round the round way but i shuffled it round and it works! Thanks for the quick response! :)
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Sorry about that....was doing too much at once and wasn't watching what I was typing.

Thanks,

Shawn
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