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call resultset in join query

 
abu kamruzzaman
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I have a SQL query: SELECT * FROM Job_Request_Record, Requester_Record WHERE Job_Request_Record.Job_Requester_ID=Requester_Reco rd.Requester_ID; if i want to call an attribute from Job_Request_Record table e.g. rs.getString("ID")is it valid? or anything else. please help.

Also, is it possible to have a create view table in ms access 2003?
 
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abu please be sure to post your questions in the correct forum. This is clearly a JDBC question, so I am moving it to the JDBC forum.
 
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Hello abu,
If id is a column in only one of the table, then that call is legal. Maybe someone else can verify it as im a beginner as well.
 
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As long as you have ID column in the selected tables it should be ok. If two tables have same column name, (ID) in this case, I think, JDBC will give you back the first ID column value. However, if you are joining two tables, and both tables have same column name but join doesnt include it, then it would mean , there's a potential for these columns to have different values. You may get different answers than expected.

I have a SQL query: SELECT * FROM Job_Request_Record, Requester_Record WHERE Job_Request_Record.Job_Requester_ID=Requester_Reco rd.Requester_ID; if i want to call an attribute from Job_Request_Record table e.g. rs.getString("ID")is it valid? or anything else. please help.
 
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