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7. The orders and order_items tables


Very well done! Let's now take a look at the orders and order_items tables.

The orders table contains general information about an order: the order_id, customer_id, and employee_id related to that sale. There are also timestamp columns (order_date and shipped_date) and many columns related to the shipment process.

The order_items table contains information about order items. Each row represents a single item from an order. You'll find the order_id and product_id alongside unit_price, quantity, and (possibly) discount.


Display the list of products purchased in the order with ID equal to 10250. Show the following information: product name (product_name), the quantity of the product ordered (quantity), the unit price (unit_price from the order_items table), the discount (discount), and the order_date. Order the items by product name.

Stuck? Here's a hint!

You will need to join three tables: order_items, orders, and products. Remember to select only the order with ID of 10250 and to order the items by product name.