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From: Nigel Peck (nigel.peckmiswebdesign.com)
Date: Thu Apr 30 2009 - 16:01:50 CDT
Can someone please help me with this one?
I'm trying to SELECT from a table only those records that have a record,
matching a search term, in a table related by a many to many
relationship. The many to many relationship is in a mapping/junction table.
Here's an example of what I have so far:
`Notes__Districts`.`note_id` = `Notes`.`note_id`
`Districts`.`district_id` = `Notes__Districts`.`district_id`
`Districts`.`name` REGEXP 'bradford';
Hopefully someone can see what I'm trying to do here and point me in the
right direction :)
Maybe I need to use a subquery? I've got a feeling I can do this without
that but can't get my head round how to set up the JOINs in this case
with having to use three tables in the one query, I'm only used to two
tables at once.
I couldn't find any tutorials that cover this.
Thanks in advance,
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