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SQL Server Query

Posted on 2011-09-05
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Can any one explain following query?

SELECT 
	vchDeviceID[DeviceID],
	DeviceName[DeviceName],
	tblDevices.DeviceID[ID], 
	CustomerID[custId], 
	tblDevices.IsActive, 
	ColorCode,  
	dbo.GetLastCustomerLongitude(tblDevices.DeviceID) as Longitude,  
	dbo.GetLastCustomerLatitude(tblDevices.DeviceID) as Latitude ,
	tblSubscription.isActive as IsPaid 
FROM 
	tblDevices  
	inner join tblSubscription on tblDevices.DeviceID = tblSubscription.intDeviceID  WHERE tblDevices.DeviceID = @intID

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- Deepak Lakkad
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Easwaran Paramasivam earned 500 total points
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It joins two table tblDevices  and  tblSubscription based on the given condition. It means that, the condition satisfied items from 2 table records are given as result.
Where condition is used to filter the result further. The name within [] is just alias name. dbo.GetLastCustomerLongitude(tblDevices.DeviceID) is user defined function. That function should be exist in the DB. The result is shown in result set.

sp_helptext  GetLastCustomerLongitude will give the function in text.
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by:Deepak Lakkad
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Thank your very much
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by:dqmq
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It returns information for a specific device and it's subscription statuses, provided it has one or more subscriptions.  
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