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Re: using 'IN' clause in Class::DBI

by oha (Friar)
on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:48 UTC ( #655059=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to using 'IN' clause in Class::DBI

given a statement like
select * from mytable where id=1
if you want to extend your search to more then one id, but a list obtained from another query, you can
select * from mytable where id in (select id from table2)
As you can see, it's related to your db and not all dbms support it.

If i understood well, you want to "narrow" your search to a limited subset of artists, having no more data i'll write an example:

select * from album where artist in (search artistId in artists where +year = 1990)
Note that you can convert the IN clause with a INNER JOIN:
select album.* from album a, artists b where a.artist = b.artistId and + b.year = 1990


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