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Re: mulitple joins not quite right?
Posted by: cris lewis
Date: August 27, 2018 04:30AM

OK, so I simplified the question and stuffed myself as I think the problem is with an additional element in the WHERE clause:

SELECT *, count(e.athID) as entries
FROM entry_meets m
left join entry_pack p on p.meetID = m.meetID
left join entry_entry e on p.packID = e.packID
where m.startdate > '2017-01-01' AND
p.status='Accepted'
group by m.meetID
order by m.startdate DESC


So the question becomes how can I get all the meets with entry counts (from entry forms that have been accepted) including meets with no entry forms?

The query returns all the meets I need (including meets with zero forms/entries) if I remove the p.status='Accepted' from the WHERE clause.

BTW, just in case if confuses people an entry form is actually known as an entry pack in the system for historic reasons.

Thanks again.

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