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any one can help me to get correct with min query to get All matching experience in all the category mentioned in condition.

If my table structure like...

Field Type
=============== =============== ==
UserCatId int(11)
UserId int(11)
CategoryId int(11)
Experience int(11)

And; I have to findout the users who have matching experience in all the category mentioned in condition.

i.e.: Any user who have experience in Category Id 1 between exp. between 10 to 15 yrs. As well as CategoryId 2 between experience of 5 and 8 yrs.
and more...

I want to achieve this; could you please suggest me the Query or if any modification required in database Table Structure ?
Apr 16 '09 #1
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