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Hi,

I need to change this MySQL request to display other field from third table.

SELECT jos_users.name, jos_acctexp_subscr.expiration
FROM jos_acctexp_subscr
LEFT JOIN jos_users ON jos_acctexp_subscr.userid = jos_users.id
WHERE jos_acctexp_subscr.status ='Active'
ORDER BY jos_users.id ASC

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I need to display a field jos_comprofiler.member from  jos_comprofiler
JOIN jos_comprofiler.user_id
I have try different way to JOIN the third table without success

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Question by:lenamtl
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Should be as simple as adding a left join to the additional table matching jos_acctexp_subscr.userid to jos_comprofiler.userid:

SELECT jos_users.name, jos_acctexp_subscr.expiration, jos_comprofiler.member
FROM jos_acctexp_subscr
LEFT JOIN jos_users ON jos_acctexp_subscr.userid = jos_users.id
LEFT JOIN jos_comprofiler ON jos_acctexp_subscr.userid = jos_comprofiler.userid
WHERE jos_acctexp_subscr.status ='Active'
ORDER BY jos_users.id ASC
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by:the_b1ackfox
ID: 39857921
Try changing this to the code below

SELECT jos_users.name, jos_acctexp_subscr.expiration
FROM jos_acctexp_subscr
LEFT JOIN jos_users ON jos_acctexp_subscr.userid = jos_users.id
WHERE jos_acctexp_subscr.status ='Active'
ORDER BY jos_users.id ASC

to:

SELECT US.name, SB.expiration, CP.Member
FROM jos_acctexp_subscr  SB
LEFT JOIN jos_users US ON SB.userid = US.id
Left join jos_comprofiler  CP on CP.user_id=US.ID

WHERE SB.status ='Active'
ORDER BY US.id ASC
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by:lenamtl
ID: 39857928
Thanks
it's working ok
using = jos_comprofiler.user_id
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