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I have to queries...The first shows a main image the second shows a thumb.. how could i combine these into one dataset? The thumb fields could get name with a thumb postfex

      SELECT [IMAGE_NAME],[IMAGE_DATA]
        FROM [Store].[dbo].[Products] P
          LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I ON p.Product_Image = I.Image_ID  
           WHERE Product_ID = @Product_ID

        
        SELECT [IMAGE_NAME],[IMAGE_DATA]
         FROM [Store].[dbo].[Products] P
          LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I ON p.Product_Thumb = I.Image_ID  
           WHERE Product_ID = @Product_ID
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Question by:vbnetcoder
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SELECT [IMAGE_NAME],I1.[IMAGE_DATA],I2.[IMAGE_DATA]
        FROM [Store].[dbo].[Products] P
          LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I1 ON p.Product_Image = I1.Image_ID  
          LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I2 ON p.Product_Thumb = I2.Image_ID  
           WHERE Product_ID = @Product_ID

       
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by:Rikin Shah
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SELECT [IMAGE_NAME],[IMAGE_DATA]
FROM [Store].[dbo].[Products] P
LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I ON p.Product_Image = I.Image_ID  
LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I ON p.Product_Thumb = I.Image_ID  
WHERE Product_ID = @Product_ID
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by:vbnetcoder
ID: 35191507
I have a thumb image AND a main image, Product_Image is the id for the main image and Product_Thumb is the image for the sub...

This dataset needs to show BOTH

So, i shoulid have 2 [IMAGE_NAME] AND [IMAGE_DATA] fielld one for the main and one for the thumb
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Sharath earned 2000 total points
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you mean this?
SELECT I1.[IMAGE_NAME] Main_Image_Name, 
       I1.[IMAGE_DATA] Main_Image_Data, 
       I2.[IMAGE_NAME] Sub_Image_Name, 
       I2.[IMAGE_DATA] Sub_Image_Data 
  FROM [Store].[dbo].[Products] P 
       LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I1 
         ON p.Product_Image = I.Image_ID 
       LEFT JOIN [Store].[dbo].[Images] I2 
         ON p.Product_Thumb = I.Image_ID 
 WHERE P.Product_ID = @Product_ID

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