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Bug #11548 sub select??
Submitted: 2001-06-18 23:58 UTC Modified: 2001-06-19 07:25 UTC
From: akhil_chugh at yahoo dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: MySQL related
PHP Version: Earlier? Upgrade first! OS: red hat 6.2
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-06-18 23:58 UTC] akhil_chugh at yahoo dot com
dear sir
 i want to know if the followign scenario has some work around possible
 i have a table to project_users and a table of users.
 when some one joins my organization i add him in the user table adn then when he becomes a part of a project he is added to the project users table
 to add him to a project he should not already be a part of that project
 so i want to execute a query of the form
  select user_id from users where user_id NOT IN ( select user_id from project_users where project_id = $selected_project)
 but as you know mysql doesn't support sub-select .]
 so is there a workatround using php to handle this sub select pls reply soon


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 [2001-06-19 07:08 UTC]
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 [2001-06-19 07:25 UTC]
Not a bug. This is a known limitation of MySQL.
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