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How To Create This Stored Procedure?

Posted on 2009-04-02
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Hey everyone,

I'm trying to write a stored procedure that will return data from 2 tables (1 column in each table) based upon certain criteria.  The information I want is basically as follows:
UserName from dbo.Users (Column Users)
FileName from dbo.Files (column (FileName)

But I only want it where another column in dbo.Users (column Status) is equal to 7.  So far I have tried the SP listed below, but it's not returning any data:

set ANSI_NULLS ON
set QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
go



ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[sGetUserInfo]
AS
SELECT dbo.Users.UserName AS UserName, dbo.FileName.FileName
FROM dbo.Users INNER JOIN
                  dbo.Users ON dbo.Users.UserName = dbo.FileName.FilePrintStatus
WHERE (dbo.Users.Status = 7)
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udaya kumar laligondla earned 500 total points
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try this. in join you are using user table twice
SELECT
dbo.Users.UserName AS UserName,
dbo.FileName.FileName
FROM dbo.Users
INNER JOIN
dbo.FileName ON dbo.Users.UserName = dbo.FileName.FilePrintStatus
WHERE (dbo.Users.Status = 7)
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