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However, creating multiple joins is not, because the second join is really based on the results of the first join, and not really from table2 to table3 as the code reads. The join is from table1+table2 to table3:
The best solution would be to still utilise the SQLSelectTableJoins collection, but instead from the SQLSelectTableJoin add a function called JoinTo. This will maintain the existing API while providing a more intuitive approach. For example:
The only issue will be that the left field name for the second join will be unknown, in which case the table joins should be changed to use an SQLFieldExpression (which also indicates the associated table).