• Performing SQL Join equivalent in MongoDB

    Does anyone know of a way to perform a SQL Join equivalent in MongoDB? This is what I have right now: comments { uid:12345, pid:444, comment="blah" } { uid:12345, pid:888, comment="asdf" } { uid:99999, pid:444, comment="qwer" } users { uid:12345, name:"john" } { uid:99999, name:"mia" } And I'm...

    ITKE440,540 pointsBadges:

    I have three files (orderinfo, deliveryinfo and itemlines). The three files entries shall exist as 1 to 1 to many. The files contains orders from 10+ years. Thus data has been migrated several times by various people. I have discovered that the one-to-one-to-many rule has been broken for many...

    DanTheDane2,555 pointsBadges:
  • Using Right() inside SQL Join

    I need to join two tables where one table uses 0809 as data in the field and the other table uses 200809. Can this be done? Can I use a Right() statement in the join? Thanks

    JeffCreek15 pointsBadges:

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