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Posted on 2013-06-14
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What is wrong with this:

SELECT student.sid, test_results . *
FROM student
INNER JOIN test_results ON student.sid = test_results.ID
WHERE student.district_code = 'OSD'

Attached are the structures of both tables.

There are 6899 records in student where district_code = 'OSD'.

My guess is there are about 500K records in test_results that meet these criteria. The query result says returned zero.
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Question by:Richard Korts
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Dave Baldwin earned 500 total points
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I think 'test_results.ID' should be 'test_results.id' and there shouldn't be any spaces in 'test_results.*'.
SELECT student.sid, test_results.*
FROM student
INNER JOIN test_results ON student.sid = test_results.id
WHERE student.district_code = 'OSD'

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by:Richard Korts
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My error, I had forgotten they used the uid field from student.
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