On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 8:05 PM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> Rick(dot)Casey(at)colorado(dot)edu writes:
>> SELECT S.subjectid,STY.studyabrv,labID,boxnumber,wellrow,wellcolumn
>> FROM DNASample D, IBG_Studies STY, Subjects S, ibg_projects P
>> LEFT OUTER JOIN ibg_ps_join IPJ USING (dnasampleid)
>> AND STY.studyindex=D.studyindex
>> AND IPJ.projects_index=P.ibg_projects_index
>> ORDER BY studyabrv,boxnumber,wellcolumn,wellrow
>> ERROR: column "dnasampleid" specified in USING clause does not exist in
>> left table
>> I am rather mystified by this, since this field is definitely in the
>> dnasample table, as the primary key.
> It appears you're used to mysql, which processes commas and JOINs
> left-to-right (more or less, I've never bothered to figure out their
> behavior exactly).
Note that even MySQL now follows the standard on this, without needing
some special strict switch or anything. Of course, a lot of folks are
still using older versions that are in fact still broken.
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