Joining Multiple Tables (Three or More Tables) with SQL Statements (Syntax)

Joining Three or More Tables
SELECT *
FROM Table1, Table2, Table3
WHERE Table1.id = Table2.id
AND Table3.id = Table1.id

Joining Multiple Tables with SQL Inner Join Statements
SELECT *
FROM Table1
INNER JOIN Table2 ON Table1.id = Table2.id
JOIN Table3 ON Table3.id = Table2.id

Joining Three or More Tables
SELECT *
FROM indent, indent_details, employee, product
WHERE indent.id = indent_details.indent_id
AND employee.id = indent.e_id
AND product.id = indent_details.p_id
ORDER BY employee.name ASC

Joining Multiple Tables with SQL Inner Join Statements
SELECT *
FROM indent
INNER JOIN indent_details ON indent.id = indent_details.indent_id
JOIN employee ON employee.id = indent.e_id
JOIN product ON product.id = indent_details.p_id
ORDER BY employee.name ASC

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By Rz Rasel Posted in Sql

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