This article demonstrates how to write a SQL statement in order to return the home and cell phone numbers of parents or guardians for students.
select P.NUM, T.DESCRIPTION from ADDRESSLINKS AL
--Joins to link a student's parent or guardian --to their phone numbers join PHONELINKS PL on PL.ADDRESSLINKSID = AL.ADDRESSLINKSID join ADDRESSLINKPHONES P on P.PHONESID = PL.PHONESID join TABLEENTRIES T on T.TABLEENTRIESID = P.PHONETYPE join EA7RECORDS R on R.EA7RECORDSID = AL.PARENTRECORDID
--Linking a student to their parent or guardian join EA7RELATIONSHIPS REL on REL.PARENTID = R.EA7RECORDSID join EA7RECORDS R2 on R2.EA7RECORDSID = REL.RELATIONID
where --Relationship codes for Father, Mother, and Guardian REL.RECIPROCALCODE in (333, 735, 1578) and --Student's record ID R2.EA7RECORDSID = 607 --Tableentries for Home and Cell phone numbers and T.TABLEENTRIESID in (96, 98)
Blackbaud provides programming examples for illustration only, without warranty either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose. This article assumes that you are familiar with Structured Query Language and the tools used to create and modify SQL statements. Blackbaud Customer Support can help explain the functionality of a particular procedure but we will not modify, or assist you with modifying, these examples to provide additional functionality. If you are interested in learning more about the Read Only Database Assistance (RODBA), contact your Account Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.