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Re: Query Help
Posted by: Shawn Green
Date: November 24, 2017 03:50PM

You will need to link the Y table twice from the X table to get those separate D values.

Try this:

SELECT x.*, y1.d, y2.d
INNER JOIN y as y1
ON x.x1 = y1.d
INNER JOIN y as y2
ON x.x2 = y2.d
WHERE y1.d <> y2.d;

This query will be slow until you add an index to your Y table.

Shawn Green
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