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Sql Query Ambiguous column

Posted on 2013-12-19
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I would do a filter in description column, but an error is returned:

Ambiguous column name 'description '.

How can solve.

select  ObrEq.mat, COALESCE(mar.name,obreq.descrip) as description
from obreq
left join Mar on ObrEq.IdMar=mar.IdMar
 where description like '%xxx%'

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where COALESCE(mar.name,obreq.descrip) like '%xxx%'
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Thanks awking00
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You're most welcome.
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