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How do I correctly structure this join statement?

$query1 = $conn->query("SELECT * FROM `Outdoor_Invoices` LEFT JOIN `oc_order` USING (order_id) WHERE PONo = 'order_id'");

//LEFT JOIN `oc_url_alias` USING (query) WHERE product_id');

    while ($row1 = $query1->fetch(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC))
    {
		
	$orderid = $row1['order_id'];
	$InvAmt = $row1['InvAmt'];
	$OrderTotal = $row1['total'];
	$Profit = ($total - $InvAmt);
	
$conn->query("UPDATE `Outdoor_Invoices` SET OrderTotal = $OrderTotal, Profit = $Profit WHERE PONo = '$orderid'");
						
}

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by:Terry Woods
ID: 41811884
Which one?
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by:lawrence_dev
ID: 41813255
Thanks Terry!  I tried a little variation and still cannot get it to work.


$query1 = $conn->query("SELECT * FROM `Outdoor_Invoices` LEFT JOIN `oc_order` USING (order_id) WHERE Outdoor_Invoices.PONo = oc_order.'order_id'");
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by:Terry Woods
ID: 41813367
I wonder if it's because order_id is in single quotes rather than backticks? You don't need them anyway for the given table and column names.

Try this:
$query1 = $conn->query("
SELECT * FROM Outdoor_Invoices
LEFT JOIN oc_order USING (order_id) 
WHERE Outdoor_Invoices.PONo = oc_order.order_id
");

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by:lawrence_dev
ID: 41813728
Terry,  the columns and table names are correct, however, I am getting the following error:

Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'PDOException' with message 'SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 'order_id' in 'from clause'' in OutdoorProfit.php:125 Stack trace: #0 OutdoorProfit.php(125): PDO->query('SELECT * FROM O...') #1 {main} thrown in OutdoorProfit.php on line 125

Column  /   Table

PONo   /  Outdoor_Invoices

order_id  /  oc_order
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Terry Woods earned 500 total points (awarded by participants)
ID: 41814123
Ok, it's reasonably clear you want to join the two tables using Outdoor_Invoices.PONo = oc_order.order_id

So I think perhaps this is what you want:
$query1 = $conn->query("
SELECT * FROM Outdoor_Invoices
LEFT JOIN oc_order ON oc_order.order_id = Outdoor_Invoices.PONo 
");

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by:lawrence_dev
ID: 41816972
Sorry Terry for the delay!!  That worked great!!  THANKS!!!
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