Dobromir Velev wrote:
> Did you try to use something like this.
> mysql_query("SELECT DISTINCT
The only item that I want to have distinct is the first one. However, I think
that Matthew's response (to your response) is working now.
> The other thing that may help is to rearange the order of the tables in the
> FROM clause. Please check if some of the joins return more than one result -
> if you have more than one address for a publisher the query will return one
> row for every address.
Actually, I'd like to have more than one record (WLPprofile rather than WLPaddress in
this case) per bibliography item (WLPbib)
You see a book can have many authors, but I'm not sure how to build the tables
so that I can link to multiple authors.. Any sugestions? Right now there is
one profileID listed. I don't know how to organize the data so that
WLPbib.profileID can equal WLPprofile.profileID=3, WLPprofile.profileID=7, &
Would Matthew's suggestion work in places where there are multiple profiles
(authors) referred to within the bib table?
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