Dumb question about SQL

Dumb question about SQL

Post by U » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00

Lets say I have the following tables

CUSTOMER_ADDRESS (has Address_Ln_No, City, State, Zip etc.)
CUSTOMER_ADDRESS_LN (has Address_Ln_No, Address_Ln_Text)

Essentially if the customers address was

Bill Clinton
PO. Box 69   <--- This would take one row in ADDRESS_LN table)
Cigar Road    <------- This would take yet another row in ADDRESS_LN table)
New York, NY 10096

I believe whoever created it this way wanted flexibility to add an address
that had several lines.


I need to create a Invoice for Mr. Clinton. How can I create a SQL query
that will take all the address_ln rows using SELECT statement.

Sorry in advance for such a dump question.



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