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To understand how a simple inner join is computed, consider the following query. It answers the question: which product sizes have been ordered in the same quantity as the quantity in stock?
SELECT DISTINCT Name, Size, SalesOrderItems.Quantity FROM Products JOIN SalesOrderItems ON Products.ID = SalesOrderItems.ProductID AND Products.Quantity = SalesOrderItems.Quantity;
|Baseball Cap||One size fits all||12|
|Visor||One size fits all||36|
You can interpret the query as follows. Note that this is a conceptual explanation of the processing of this query, used to illustrate the semantics of a query involving a join. It does not represent how SQL Anywhere actually computes the result set.
Products.ID = SalesOrderItems.ProductID).
Products.Quantity = SalesOrderItems.Quantity).
For a description of how outer joins are computed, see Outer joins.
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