sql join

Posted on 2013-01-26
Last Modified: 2013-01-26

I have 2 tables

locationID ,ItemId ,,,,,
1                    10
2                     11
2                     12
2                      13

14 ,,,,

I need to get all assets from asset for a LocationId (locationId 2 should give from assets items 11,12,13)

How  would that query look like.
Question by:jamppi
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Select * from Assets Where ItemId IN (Select ItemId from products where locationId =2)
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... which will most likely by transformed to
select A.*
from Assets A join Products P on A.ItemID = P.ItemID
where P.LocationID = 2

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