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Old August 6th, 2012, 04:49 PM
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Default Questionable SQL-statement?

In the Details.cshtml file of site Classifieds from chapter 12 (page 299 in the book) is the following statement:

var sql = "SELECT * FROM Items, Categories WHERE Id = @0";

Shouldn't this rather be something like:

var sql = "SELECT *, Category FROM Items JOIN Categories ON Items.CategoryId = Categories.CategoryId WHERE Id = @0";

Otherwise, one always gets the Electronics category in the Details page?
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