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Removing duplicates from list

Posted on 2006-07-12
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Hi guys,

I'm working in Access and I've got a list that is filled in by the query. How do i remove duplicates from it?
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by:Carl Tawn
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You can filter duplicates from the query by using the DISTINCT clause. Post your current SQL and we can try to factor it in for you.
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Here it is:

SELECT tblClients.ClientCompany, tblCases.CaseDateSched, tblClients.ClientID
FROM tblClients INNER JOIN tblCases ON tblClients.ClientID=tblCases.CaseClientID
WHERE (((tblCases.CaseDateSched)=Forms!frmFullReport!Text37));
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dmitryz6 earned 65 total points
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both will work
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SELECT tblClients.ClientCompany, tblCases.CaseDateSched, tblClients.ClientID
FROM tblClients INNER JOIN tblCases ON tblClients.ClientID=tblCases.CaseClientID
WHERE (((tblCases.CaseDateSched)=Forms!frmFullReport!Text37)) group by tblClients.ClientCompany, tblCases.CaseDateSched, tblClients.ClientID
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SELECT Distinct tblClients.ClientCompany, tblCases.CaseDateSched, tblClients.ClientID
FROM tblClients INNER JOIN tblCases ON tblClients.ClientID=tblCases.CaseClientID
WHERE (((tblCases.CaseDateSched)=Forms!frmFullReport!Text37));
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