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limiting return values

Posted on 2005-04-26
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I need to bring back the first of N entries in a table with multiple records of the same account number. There is a mdate in the table and I want the data associated with the latested mdate.

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Rut
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rafrancisco earned 100 total points
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Try this:

SELECT *
FROM YourTable A
WHERE MDATE = (SELECT MAX(MDATE) FROM YourTable B
                           WHERE A.AccountNo = B.AccountNo)
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by:Brian Crowe
ID: 13868950
Not sure if this is what you're looking for...

CREATE PROCEDURE myProc
     @AccountNumber int,
     @mdate datetime,
     @Rows int
AS

SET ROWCOUNT @Rows

SELECT ... FROM myTable WHERE AccountNumber = @AccountNumber AND mdate = @mdate

SET ROWCOUNT 0
GO

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