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Re: Convert Oracle View to MySql
Posted by: hector vass
Date: August 23, 2009 05:28PM

First convert the SQL statement to work under MySQL
so this would mean ANSI style joins no Oracle joins like r.r_radio = e.r_radio(+) get rid of Oracle function like trunc(sysdate) .. might want to consider looking at how well it might perform so a good time to get rid of your NOT IN sub-query :)

Then pre-pend with create view myview as

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