Have you thought about normalizing your data model?  It could make your
task a lot easier.


At 11:33 PM 4/13/01 +0530, Sharmad Naik wrote:
>I have three table called table1, table2, table3 all having fields like:
>table1 contain id and username and id referencing table4
>table2 contains id and parallel_username and id referencing table4
>table3 contains id and other_username   and id referencing table4
>table4 is the main table containing id as primary key
>I want to develop a search engine which shows unique record after searching
>all the three table but shouldn't contain multiple answers for same SEARCH
>Pls help me,
>The secret of the universe is @*&í!'ñ^#+ NO CARRIER
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