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Hi,

I just joined this community and inspired by roaming in it. However, I would like to discuss a problem - I'm having.

I'm developing an application for property management. I've a table with some general columns as well as some specific. For example;

General: [Buy OR Sell] , [Plot no.] , [City]
Specific: [Phase] , [Block] , [Measuring]

Specific fields mean, some property have them and some don't. For example; property 1 has PHASE and BLOCK. While property 2 has only Measuring.

Now, I wanna make a page where all entries for BUY properties - that match with SELL properties, should be listed.

I don't wanna use DISTINCT function of SQL because BUY property may have blank field.

I know, I gonna have an answer for my question by Dani Pros. Thanks in advance.

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Are buyers going to be 'searching' for properties by entering criteria? Then you want to return the properties for sale that match that criteria?

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No, its application for Property Agency. So people will come who are in need of property and they will insert BUY property in database. So there will be a page where all the matches of SELL and BUY property will be displayed.

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Finally I completed application. Actually whatever I wanted was many-to-many relationship which is not possible in real world. So I changed it in one-to-many relationship.

What I did is when we insert a property for BUY purpose, I use all POST Variables in SESSION Variables and when Thank You page comes I used all the SESSION Variables to generate a QUERY for searching all the matching records and PULL them out from a database.

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