## How do you cross join in Teradata?

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Cross join is a Teradata specified join which is equivalent to Product join. There won’t be “ON” keyword in Cross joins. Syntax (Sample): SELECT tbl1.name, tbl2.name….

- SELECT EMP. ename , DPT. Dname.
- FROM employee EMP.
- CROSS JOIN.
- Department DPT.
- WHERE.
- EMp. deptno = DPT. depto ;

## What is a Cartesian join in SQL?

CARTESIAN JOIN: The CARTESIAN JOIN is also known as CROSS JOIN. In a CARTESIAN JOIN there is a join for each row of one table to every row of another table. This usually happens when the matching column or WHERE condition is not specified.

**What is the difference between join and inner join in Teradata?**

Definitions: Join and Inner Join A join allows you to select columns and rows from two or more tables and views. You can join as many as 128 tables and views per query block. An inner join projects data from two or more tables or views that meet specific join conditions.

**How use self join in Teradata?**

This scenario occurs when a particular column values resembles/repeats in another column of a same table….SELF JOIN in Teradata

- SELECT columns.
- FROM table a, table b — single table with two alias.
- WHERE a. column1 = b. column2; — column1 resembles column2.

### How do I inner join in Teradata?

An inner join is the most common join operation used in applications and can be regarded as the default join-type. Inner join creates a new result table by combining column values of two tables (A and B) based upon the join-predicate….INNER JOIN in Teradata.

DepartmentID | DepartmentName |
---|---|

35 | Marketing |

### Why we use Cartesian join in SQL?

In SQL, the CROSS JOIN is used to combine each row of the first table with each row of the second table. It is also known as the Cartesian join since it returns the Cartesian product of the sets of rows from the joined tables.

**What is Cartesian product with example?**

In mathematics, the Cartesian Product of sets A and B is defined as the set of all ordered pairs (x, y) such that x belongs to A and y belongs to B. For example, if A = {1, 2} and B = {3, 4, 5}, then the Cartesian Product of A and B is {(1, 3), (1, 4), (1, 5), (2, 3), (2, 4), (2, 5)}.

**How are Cartesian and join related?**

Answer: The Cartesian product, also referred to as a cross-join, returns all the rows in all the tables listed in the query. Each row in the first table is paired with all the rows in the second table. This happens when there is no relationship defined between the two tables.

#### Is Cartesian join same as natural join?

The resulting table will contain all the attributes of both the tables but only one copy of each common column….Difference between Natural JOIN and CROSS JOIN in SQL.

SR.NO. | NATURAL JOIN | CROSS JOIN |
---|---|---|

1. | Natural Join joins two tables based on same attribute name and datatypes. | Cross Join will produce cross or cartesian product of two tables . |