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Hi, Below is the example query given for SQL Join in w3school. SELECT Orders.OrderID, Customers.CustomerName, Orders.OrderDateFROM OrdersINNER JOIN CustomersON Orders.CustomerID=Customers.CustomerID; however i have done some minor tweaking in above query but the o/p is totally different in my case. also taking long time to give o/p. please let me know where i am wrong. below is the query which i am using . SELECT o.OrderID, c.CustomerName, o.OrderDateFROM Orders as o, customers as cINNER JOIN CustomersON o.CustomerID=c.CustomerID;

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SELECT o.OrderID, c.CustomerName, o.OrderDate, c.CustomerIDFROM Orders as oINNER JOIN Customers as cON o.CustomerID=c.CustomerID;
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