Hi there,

I have a catalogue database. The db contains products which are organised into sections, and categories. One product may exists in many sections and many categories.

I am creating a search engine for the administrator to search for products. I am a little confused about creating multiple INNER JOINs on one table.

I have 2 lookup tables `cataloguesections` and `cataloguecategories`. If I just want to search for sections for example I can run this query:

Code:
SELECT `catalogue`.`id`, `title`
FROM `catalogue`
INNER JOIN `cataloguesections` ON `catalogueid` = `catalogue`.`id`
INNER JOIN `sections` ON `sectionid` = `sections`.`id`
WHERE `sections`.`id` = '1';
But I'm not sure how to search for both sections and categories. Do I need to create a UNION of 2 queries?

Many thanks,
Mike