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PHP Integrating PHP with Databases Filtering Input for Queries Multiple Conditionals

Task 2 Many to Many relationship

Could anybody give some advise what to do in Task 2? Are there 2 inner joins necessary?

1 Answer

Hey Magnus - You do need two joins. You'll need to join first on the intermediate table Media_People using the people_id column from People then use the media_id column from Media_People to join on Media using media_id. I can post the correct statement if you can't get it.

Cheers

_Ben