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SQL | Basic joins exercise | Link 3 tables together using inner joins and table aliases
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If you haven't already done so, run the script in the above folder to generate the Doctor Who database.
Write a query using inner joins to show all of the authors who have written episodes featuring the Daleks. You may find the following relationship diagram useful to refer to:
How to get from enemies to authors in 3 easy jumps.
You should find that there are 16 such episodes!
When you've finished, save this as Enough joins for now, then close it down.
The exercise says: LIST AUTHORS
select a.AuthorId, a.AuthorName
from tblAuthor a
inner join tblEpisode e
on a.AuthorId = e.AuthorId
inner join [tblEpisodeEnemy] EpEn
on EpEn.EpisodeId = E.EpisodeId
inner join [tblEnemy] enemy
on enemy.EnemyId = EpEn.EnemyId
WHERE enemy.EnemyName LIKE 'Daleks'
GROUP BY a.AuthorId, a.AuthorName
select [EpisodeEnemyId], e.[EnemyName],[EpisodeNumber],[AuthorName]
from [dbo].[tblEpisodeEnemy] as epe
inner join [dbo].[tblEnemy] as e
on epe.EnemyId= e.EnemyId
inner join [dbo].[tblEpisode] as e1
on epe.EpisodeId = e1.EpisodeId
inner join [dbo].[tblAuthor] as a
on e1.AuthorId= a.AuthorId
where EnemyName like '%Daleks%'
Use inner joins to link four tables to show Dr Who enemies by author.
from tblAuthor as a
inner join tblEpisode as b on
a.AuthorId = b.AuthorId
inner join tblEpisodeEnemy as c on
c.EpisodeId = b.EpisodeId
inner join tblEnemy as d on
d.EnemyId = c.EnemyId
where d.EnemyName = 'Daleks'
So is this the code?
from tblauthor as a
inner join tblepisode as epi
on a.authorid = epi.authorid
inner join tblepisodeenemy as ene
on epi.episodeid = ene.episodeenemyid
inner join tblenemy as enemy
on enemy.enemyid = ene.episodeenemyid
where title like '%Daleks%'
I just get only four rows ,
From Author As x
INNER JOIN Episode As y
ON x.AuthorId = y.AuthorId
Where Title Like '%Daleks%';
Is this query correct?