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I am experiencing a problem I have no idea how to troubleshoot. The SQL I'm using is:-

SELECT tk.idKeyword, k.keyword, t.name, p.name as path, v.netname, t.thumbnail, t.idThumb
FROM ((((ThumbnailKeyword tk
 INNER JOIN Keyword k ON tk.idKeyword = k.idKeyword) INNER JOIN Thumbnail t ON tk.idThumb = t.idThumb)
  INNER JOIN Path p ON t.idpath = p.idpath)
   INNER JOIN Volume v ON p.idvol = v.idVol)
WHERE k.idKeyword = 151 OR k.idKeyword = 146
ORDER BY t.idPath, t.name

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This only returns results for k.idKeyword = 146

However using:-

WHERE k.idKeyword = 151

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... returns results. As does

WHERE k.idKeyword = 151 OR k.idKeyword = 147

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... or:-

WHERE k.idKeyword = 150 OR k.idKeyword = 146

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In fact as far as I can tell any other combination of:-

k.idKeyword = ?? OR k.idKeyword = ??

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... works as expected. I'm at a complete loss as to what to look for to troubleshoot this. I would appreciate help on this.
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Question by:cescentman
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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What is the problem. You have said what works. But you have not told what doesn't.

Do you mean:

WHERE k.idKeyword = 151 OR k.idKeyword = 146

returns records for 146 only where as you are expecting some records for 151 as well?
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by:cescentman
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Yes sorry If I wasn't explicit enough.

As I say:-

WHERE k.idKeyword = 151

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... returns results
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by:Wilder1626
ID: 40543346
Is this working?

SELECT tk.idKeyword, k.keyword, t.name, p.name as path, v.netname, t.thumbnail, t.idThumb
FROM ((((ThumbnailKeyword tk
 INNER JOIN Keyword k ON tk.idKeyword = k.idKeyword) INNER JOIN Thumbnail t ON tk.idThumb = t.idThumb)
  INNER JOIN Path p ON t.idpath = p.idpath)
   INNER JOIN Volume v ON p.idvol = v.idVol)
WHERE k.idKeyword in ('151', '146')
ORDER BY t.idPath, t.name

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by:Mike Eghtebas
ID: 40543349
Wilder1626,

Do you mean like:

WHERE k.idKeyword in (151, 146)
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by:Wilder1626
Wilder1626 earned 250 total points
ID: 40543351
sorry, yes

SELECT tk.idkeyword, 
       k.keyword, 
       t.NAME, 
       p.NAME AS path, 
       v.netname, 
       t.thumbnail, 
       t.idthumb 
FROM   ((((thumbnailkeyword tk 
           INNER JOIN keyword k 
                   ON tk.idkeyword = k.idkeyword) 
          INNER JOIN thumbnail t 
                  ON tk.idthumb = t.idthumb) 
         INNER JOIN path p 
                 ON t.idpath = p.idpath) 
        INNER JOIN volume v 
                ON p.idvol = v.idvol) 
WHERE  k.idkeyword IN (151, 146 ) 
ORDER  BY t.idpath, 
          t.NAME   

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Mike Eghtebas earned 250 total points
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cescentman,

I wonder if you could upload your DB to trouble shoot it. Your code seems okay. If I had access to t, I will check on the data type and quality in joining fields and criteria fields.
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by:cescentman
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I think there must have been a problem with the original DB. I went back to the parent app that creates the DB and refreshed the data and now all is OK. Many thanks for your help on this.
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by:cescentman
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for cescentman's comment #a40543856
Assisted answer: 250 points for Wilder1626's comment #a40543351
Assisted answer: 250 points for eghtebas's comment #a40543372

for the following reason:

Although the matter was resolved by me I thin the points ought to be allocated.
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by:cescentman
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Oops wrong boxes
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by:Wilder1626
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I'm glad i was able to help
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