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    Senior Member igeek's Avatar
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    I have some database issues i am trying to figure out..

    I have the following databases:

    accounts(database contains all accounts students, and employers)



    I will create 2 a new DBs.... one from students and one for employers

    I need to pull all the student accounts from the accounts DB and put them into a new DB..that is just for students

    then I will have to pull all the data from the student_profiles DB and insert it into the new student accounts DB..where the Student_Profiles accountID matches

    I will also need to pull all the employers data in the accounts DB..and insert into a new DB..
    I can leave the job_postings DB the way that it is because each employer can have more than one job posting.. students on the other hand can have only one student profile..and all the data needs to be available to search on..

    The site is running PhPmyAdmin/MySQL.. is there a way to do this with mysql?



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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    Look into the [minicode]INSERT INTO...SELECT[/minicode] syntax:
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