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show all players minus the ones in another table subquery returns more than one row :-s delboy1978uk
hi guys, this should be easy, but its been a while for me lol: SELECT id, forename, surname FROM players WHERE clubid = 'ARD' AND id != (SELECT playerid FROM teamsheets WHERE lineupid = 12) the teamsheets table has a list of players in a lineup the players table has all the player details the clubid and lineupid are irrelevant for this question im trying to create a dropdown menu that contains all the players who arent on the teamsheet, so i can add them. obviously if someone is already on the teamsheet, their name shouldnt appear. I tried using ANY, like this: SELECT id, forename, surname FROM players WHERE clubid = 'ARD' AND id != ANY (SELECT playerid FROM teamsheets WHERE lineupid = 12) but for some reason the 2 players on the teamsheet still appeared in the results :-s can anyone help?
incidentally if i restrict the query to one result it works fine, eg. SELECT id, forename, surname FROM players WHERE clubid = 'ARD' AND id != (SELECT playerid FROM teamsheets WHERE lineupid = 12 AND playerid = 1306) this hides player 1306 from the results, so why wont ANY work? delboy1978uk
SOLVED! The word I was looking for was ALL lol! whoisgregg
Glad you got it sorted. :)