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SQL | Archived exercise | Linking events, countries and continents
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If you haven't already got it set up in SQL server, restore the Historical Events database from the above folder.
Create a join to list out all of the Asian events in your database. This is trickier than it looks, as you'll have to create an inner join not just to the tblCountry table, but also to the tblContinent table so that you can put in a WHERE clause:
An example of what the WHERE clause could look like
The final result of running your query should look like this:
Here the events are listed in date order
Save this query as Asian Events, and close it down.