caribguy - 9:19 pm on Apr 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
Thanks for confirming that. And yes, I spent quite some time adding a new joined column to the 2nd query before scrapping the whole mess.
When I saw that the result of the 1st query was the same, I figured that 'there must be some reason' for nesting the joins. Maybe speed, memory usage?
This is a project that I really don't want to screw up, so better check with the DB gurus :)