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MySQL query table not found error

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Hello all.

Super easy question but I just can't seem to find the syntax error.

I'm getting the error "SQLSTATE[42S02]: Base table or view not found: 1146 Table 'techatco_mage.t' doesn't exist"

from the query attached. For some reason it is taking the alias as the table.

Could anyone help? Thanks much.


$sqry = "select t.topic_id from ".$faqsTopicTable." t,".$faqsStoreTable." s WHERE t.default='1'
                                 and t.topic_id = s.topic_id
                                 and s.store_id= ".Mage::app()->getStore()->getId()."
                                 order by update_time desc limit 1;";

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by:cyberkiwi
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Your variable $faqsTopicTable has an extra "." at the end. Inspect it
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You can use
die($faqsTopicTable . "---");
just before the current line to see what is in there
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by:techatcost
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I got it. It was actually a variable declaration problem. Something sneaky with the ecommerce platform I'm using. The query works now. Thanks  - awarding points for your reply.
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