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Posted on 2014-11-04
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HEY i HAVE AN IDENTICAL SQL STATEMENT WORKING GOT ERROR MESSAGE ERROR NEAR where

Sql = " SELECT Injuries.Name, Injuries.Pos, Team.Fullname,Injuries.Date,Injuries.Injury,Injuries.Status,Injuries.Fantasy,Injuries.Type,"
        Sql += " Injuries.TeamID, Injuries.PlayerID"
        Sql += " FROM Injuries Join NFLPlayers np Join Injuries ON np.PlayerID = Injuries.PlayerID Join Teams ON Teams.TeamID = Injuries.TeamID WHERE"
        Sql += " SportCode ='AB' Order By Injuries.Date DESC"

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Any ideas? I had it working then I throw in teams to join on teamid
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Question by:powerztom
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by:Jim Horn
Jim Horn earned 100 total points
ID: 40422544
Dude, lose the ALL CAPS.

>  Sql += " FROM Injuries Join NFLPlayers np Join Injuries ..
For starters, there are two tables named Injuries, so T-SQL won't be able to tell from which one the columns are coming from.   Alias both of these.
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 40422590
Time to write stored procedures
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Jason Schlueter earned 400 total points
ID: 40422618
Try this.  You have an extra Injuries join.

SELECT Injuries.Name,
       Injuries.Pos,
       Team.Fullname,
       Injuries.Date,
       Injuries.Injury,
       Injuries.Status,
       Injuries.Fantasy,
       Injuries.Type,
       Injuries.TeamID,
       Injuries.PlayerID
FROM   Injuries
       JOIN NFLPlayers np
         ON np.PlayerID = Injuries.PlayerID
       JOIN Teams
         ON Teams.TeamID = Injuries.TeamID
WHERE  SportCode = 'AB'
ORDER  BY Injuries.Date DESC 

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by:powerztom
ID: 40422646
Thanks for writing that one out You sayed me alot of time.Thanks
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