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Havin a brain fart here...  I need to get the c.catID in this query, how can I do that?


Select d.catID, d.catName, 

1

From vwSelectPartCategory d
Where d.catID In (Select a.parentID From vwSelectPartCategory a 
Where a.catID In(Select b.parentID From vwSelectPartCategory b 
Where b.catID In (Select c.catID From vwSelectPart c 
Where c.partMake Like '%VW%' And 
c.partModel Like '%Jetta%')));

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 1800 total points
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hmmm

Select d.catID, d.catName, 1, c.CatID
From vwSelectPartCategory d
JOIN vwSelectPartCategory a
  ON a.ParentID = d.CatID
JOIN vwSelectPartCategory b
  ON b.ParentID = a.catID
JOIN vwSelectPart c
  ON c.catID = b.CatID
 AND c.partMake Like '%VW%' 
 And c.partModel Like '%Jetta%'

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by:Sharath
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use DISTINCT key word, if you have multiple records returned because of JOIN conditions.
SELECT DISTINCT d.catID, 
                d.catName, 
                1, 
                c.CatID 
  FROM vwSelectPartCategory d 
       JOIN vwSelectPartCategory a 
         ON a.ParentID = d.CatID 
       JOIN vwSelectPartCategory b 
         ON b.ParentID = a.catID 
       JOIN vwSelectPart c 
         ON c.catID = b.CatID 
            AND c.partMake LIKE '%VW%' 
            AND c.partModel LIKE '%Jetta%'

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by:kevp75
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sweet.  thanks guys
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