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Posted on 2006-10-27
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Hi,

just a simple question here. I need to select a set of ids from my table where the status is != 'R'. I have 4 types of status: P,A,N and R.

 How do i go about doing it? Here is my SQL:

select id from SeekAuthorization
where not exists
(
select id from SeekAuthorization where status = 'R'
and submitted = 'N'
and userID = 'Tony'
and conType = 'mc'
)
and submitted = 'N'
and userID = 'Tony'
and conType = 'mc'
order by id ASC

Thanks!
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 35 total points
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the query looks fine so far, anything not working?

or are you looking for this:

select id from SeekAuthorization
where status <> 'R'
and submitted = 'N'
and userID = 'Tony'
and conType = 'mc'
order by id ASC

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