In Advanced Sql Tutorial, we are going to discuss the use of join, subquery or union query.
There are often times you are required to get complicated information that simple sql cannot accommodate.
This involves for example the task of joining two or more tables together to get data or appending results of two queries together.
With these techniques, we can use them for making exclusion or inclusion list, finding duplicate entries or create a data rank. Some examples are discussed in Problems and Solutions page.
You use Sql Join to retrieve data from more than one table in just one Select statement. Each "join" connects two tables, and you need to define the relationship. To do this you use one or more columns from each table and link them using comparison operators.
Three types of join:
So, what is a subquery? It's an Sql Select that nests inside the WHERE clause of another Sql Select statement. A subquery itself is a full Sql statement in its own, and it needs to be enclosed by open and close parentheses and also referred to as inner subquery, while the next level up of a subquery is the outer level.
Sql Join and Sql Subquery can often be used interchangeably, it's the matter of preference. Although in some cases subquery is the only way to solve a problem.
Merging two or more queries into one result. Rows are appended from one queries to the other. The columns order must be the same and the columns types must be compatible. The UNION operation is different from using joins that combine columns from two tables.
Some implementations of these advanced sql are as follow, among others:
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