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Optimizing a MySQL query created with Navicat GUI

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Using the Navicat for MySQL query gui, I made this

SELECT SS_Student_Schedules.Id AS StudentID, SS_Student_Schedules.ClassCode as CourseID, SS_Class_Master_Local.Period_1 as Period, SS_Class_Master_Local.Sect as Section FROM (SS_Student_Schedules INNER JOIN SS_Class_Master_Local ON (SS_Student_Schedules.ClassSect = SS_Class_Master_Local.Sect) AND (SS_Student_Schedules.ClassCode = SS_Class_Master_Local.Class) AND (SS_Student_Schedules.Schl = SS_Class_Master_Local.School)) INNER JOIN DG_Student_Master ON SS_Student_Schedules.Id = DG_Student_Master.StudId WHERE (((DG_Student_Master.CurStatus)='C' Or (DG_Student_Master.CurStatus)='R' Or (DG_Student_Master.CurStatus)='O'))

It pulls the correct data, but it is extremely slow. Is there anything I can do to optimize it? Thank you!
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Muhammad Wasif earned 1000 total points
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To optimize query we need the structure of the involved tables. Did you try EXPLAIN to identify the bottlenecks?

Some basic rules to optimize a query
1. Avoid temporary tables
2. INDEX columns which are being used in WHERE and in JOIN
3. Select only those columns which are required

Google to find other query optimization tips.
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by:Sharath
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Can you try this?
SELECT SS_Student_Schedules.Id        AS StudentID, 
       SS_Student_Schedules.ClassCode AS CourseID, 
       SS_Class_Master_Local.Period_1 AS Period, 
       SS_Class_Master_Local.Sect     AS Section 
  FROM SS_Student_Schedules 
       INNER JOIN SS_Class_Master_Local 
         ON SS_Student_Schedules.ClassSect = SS_Class_Master_Local.Sect 
            AND SS_Student_Schedules.ClassCode = SS_Class_Master_Local.Class 
            AND SS_Student_Schedules.Schl = SS_Class_Master_Local.School 
       INNER JOIN DG_Student_Master 
         ON SS_Student_Schedules.Id = DG_Student_Master.StudId 
 WHERE DG_Student_Master.CurStatus IN ('C','R','O')

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by:smetterd
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Thank you, I will check on these items in the a.m. when I get to work. It already sheds some light since I am importing from an ODBC connection from COBOL into MySQL via Navicat. No keys are made, so I suspect I will have to add them. Stay tuned, and thanks again.
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by:smetterd
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I implemented both suggestions, ran it, and BAM! FAST! Thank you!
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