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PHP Integrating PHP with Databases Using Relational Tables JOINing Tables

Syntax Error? SQL

SELECT title, img, format, year, category, genre FROM Media JOIN Media_Genres ON Media.genre_id = Media_Genres.genre_id WHERE Media.media_id = 3

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,488 Points

You've joined the "Media_Genres" table, but remember that it's just a junction table to help you join the "Genres" table. You still need to join the "Genres" table.

Also, add to but don't otherwise modify the original SQL. In particular, the "SELECT *" should not be replaced with explicit columns.