Hi Yoed,

> mysql_query("SELECT Id, Dep_Date, Return_DateFROM X,Y WHERE Dep_Date LIKE
> '%$SelectDate%' OR Return_Date LIKE '%$SelectDate%' ORDER BY Dep_Date");
> Will give you a ton of errors, and I'm not very fimilar with JOIN and SQL
> and how that works. My idea was to create two querys, but the results in

from your table definition i didn't see any relation between those two
tables, so most probably it doesnt make sense to make a "join"
just do it in 2 query, one for each table.

When you have a hammer, you tend to treat everything as if it were a nail.

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