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SQL Server I would write: select t.aid, t.reserved, t.name, t.name2, t.picture from TABLE1 t join TABLE2 t2 on



 

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yDGpatch 1 2 16 14 Rar 3.  . 7. 30.. Q: How can I join a table to itself? I want to create a view that joins my table to itself. In SQL Server I would write: select t.aid, t.reserved, t.name, t.name2, t.picture from TABLE1 t join TABLE2 t2 on t2.name = t.name2 Is it possible to do this in Mondrian? I can't find how to join a table to itself. A: Since Mondrian 3.0 there is the function MDSYS.F_SERVICE_NAME_LOOKUP_NAME ( If you have several names (or aliases for a name) you can use this function to create a lookup. In your case it would be like this: SELECT x.aid, x.reserved, x.name, x.name2, x.picture FROM MDSYS.F_SERVICE_NAME_LOOKUP_NAME( 'TABLE2' ,'name' ,'name2' ) AS x and arbitrary as a jury, and the trial court erred in permitting them to serve as jurors. For this reason the judgments of the Court of Appeals and of the trial court are reversed and the cause is remanded to the Circuit Court of Clarke County, where the jury is to be discharged and new juries to be impaneled in accordance with the provisions of this opinion. The costs of the appeal are adjudged against the appellees. HORNSBY, C. J., and POPE, ALMON and STEAGALL, JJ., concur.




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