JOIN problem

It's probably something stupid - but I've done more complicated joins than this in the past and I've never seen this problem.

The error is:
1054: Unknown column 'mp.product_id' in 'on clause'
Code: SELECT mp.product_id, mp.title, mp.description, mp.price, mp.image, mp.trade_id, m.merchant_id,, p.title AS platform, ag.merchant_product_id FROM merchant_products AS mp, platforms AS p, merchant AS m LEFT JOIN assigned_games AS ag ON (mp.product_id = ag.merchant_product_id) WHERE mp.merchant_id = m.merchant_id AND mp.platform_id = AND mp.platform_id = 9 AND mp.title LIKE '%Orange Box%' ORDER BY m.merchant_id ASC, mp.title ASC

Posted On: Monday 29th of October 2012 09:12:52 PM Total Views:  488
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