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SQL query: Use of specific module

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    New to SQL, I hope this is simple. 

    I need a list of all pages that use a specific 2sxc content template. The template is called "sidebar_links" so what would this query look like? I need to basically rebuild all pages that use this and I don't know where they are. 

    I was able to export a list of pages using this template but it provides the page names as a GUID and I don't know how to translate this into a page name, which I supposed would be another option, but then I would have to translate each one and there are about 70. 

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      Basic page information is stored in the Tabs table. If you look at the structure of that table, you will see that there are several GUIDs. Several have GUID as part of the field name, and there is one Uniqueidentifier field. It would help to see your current query, but this might be as simple as adding a join to it using the GUID as the key.
      Joe Craig
      DNN MVP
      Patapsco Research Group
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