trx trx - 2 years ago 88
SQL Question

Oracle select with sub queries

I have two oracle select queries like

SELECT loc.location AS LOCATION , req.requisition AS REQ
FROM location_view loc, requisition_view req, association ass
AND ass.entity_id_2 = req.entity_id AND ass.entity_id_1 = loc.entity_id

And the result looks like:

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Other query is like:

SELECT req.requisition AS req, exp.experiment AS expt
FROM experiment_view exp, requisition_view req, association_view ass
AND ass.entity_id_2 = req.entity_id AND ass.entity_id_1 = expt.entity_id


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I am trying to combine these two
queries so I get to see these results:

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Should I be using Sub-Queries to see the combined result or is there any other way of optimizing?

Answer Source

I'm not sure the provided solutions are correct. All of them are using 1 join to the association table. You need 2. Because Association looks to be a generic mapping table so the row that joins locations to requisitions is not the same as the one which joins requisitions to experiments. Maybe i'm wrong but i'd go for :

  loc.location as LOCATION , 
  req.requisition as REQ, 
  exp.experiment as EXPT
FROM  location_view    loc
JOIN  association      asslr ON asslr.entity_id_1 = loc.entity_id
JOIN  requisition_view req   ON asslr.entity_id_2 = req.entity_id and = 'TRANSFER'
JOIN  association_view assre ON assre.entity_id_2 = req.entity_id
JOIN  experiment_view  exp   ON assre.entity_id_1 = exp.entity_id AND = 'RETRIEVAL'
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