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I would to grab data from 2 different tables with one sql statment , how can I do that .
one of my table has info about a job alog with a tech id and the other table has the name of this tech id , I would like to display the job info and also the full name of this tech id.
here are my main SQL statment:
strsql = " select STATIONID, STATUS, TECHID from SVC06103 where WORKORDNUM = '" & StrWORTVNum.Value & "'"

my other table SVC00100 has the "TECHID" , "NAME", and "OFFID" fields. I would like to pull the NAME and OFFID from this table
Can someone help me with the correct statment
Thanks
David
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strsql = " select t1.STATIONID, t1.STATUS, t1.TECHID,t2.NAME,t2.OFFID from SVC06103  t1 JOIN SVC00100  t2 ON t1.TECHID = t2.TECHID where t1.WORKORDNUM = '" & StrWORTVNum.Value & "'"
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select s.STATIONID, s.[STATUS], s.TECHID,ss.[name],ss.offid
from SVC06103 s JOIN SVC00100 ss
 on s.techid = ss.techid
where s.WORKORDNUM = the given value
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by:taverny
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Thanks the code works and you both got it right . I know it's not part of my question but if I wanted to join it whith a 3rd table on StationID , how would I do that on the same SQL.
If I understand how to use the join would it be something like that?:

strsql = " select t1.STATIONID, t1.[STATUS], t1.TECHID, t2.[NAME], t2.OFFID, t3.[Description] from SVC06103  t1 JOIN SVC00100  t2 ON t1.TECHID = t2.TECHID JOIN SVC0615 t3 ONt1.STATIONID = t3.STATIONID where t1.WORKORDNUM = '" & StrWORTVNum.Value & "'"

Thanks in advance
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Yes, that is correct.  If stationID is the equal value in both tables, that is correct.
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Thank you it works
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